More than 42,000 people streamed through the RSA Conference, which boasted over 550 sessions and 600 companies. Here are some of the show's highlights.
Telegrams encrypted messaging service has drawn the ire of government security authorities in Russia, Iran, China and other nations, but is being used by millions of users around the world who want to hide their communications from prying eyes.
Increased automation in database deployments could accelerate app release cycles while helping developers more effectively find and fix database errors, according to the findings of a survey sponsored by Datical.
From phishing tools to technology that better secures containers and the cloud, myriad new and updated products debuted at the big cyber-security conference.
A survey conducted by Oracle and KPMG finds that too often inadequate attention is paid to implementing strong security measures when meeting urgent demand to deploy new cloud services.
When making IT business decisions, corporate purchasers are more likely to seek out old-fashioned qualities—such as brand trust and established relationships—rather than pursue the “next big thing.”
HP has designed the Pavilion 790 as a traditional desktop that delivers powerful Intel Core i7 along with high-end graphics processors from Nvidia and AMD in an affordable package for consumers.
Perceived improvements in security products such as BitLocker and Windows Defender are motivating IT teams to accelerate their adoption of Windows 10, according to a survey by IT security and systems management company Adaptiva.
Sony is packing its Xperia X72 Premium smartphone with enough of the latest mobile components to allow it to compare favorably with the likes of Samsung’s Galaxy S9 Models.
Not only are CIOs under pressure to protect mission-critical data, they are also under pressure to drive business innovation by sharing and leveraging their data.