Swiss watch maker Tag Heuer is planning to develop a smartwatch of its own to compete with Apple’s Watch and may even snap up a company or two to help drive its new strategy, its top executive reportedly said.
Unisys has named Peter Altabef, a 20-year industry veteran with extensive channel experience, as its new president and chief executive, replacing J. Edward Coleman, who abruptly announced in early October he would step down on December 1 after six years at the company's helm.
Lenovo is on the hunt for cloud and managed service providers with plans to roll out a new service provider program next month, according to Alan Andrade, Lenovo North American channel strategy director.
Cloud collaboration software maker Huddle is setting itself up for an initial public offering as the developer has landed some $51 million in Series D venture funding, more than doubling its total backing to some $85 million.
Millions of confidential records, credentials and material thought to be secure have been pilfered this year by hackers or exposed in data breaches, with some incidents potentially more damaging than others.
In no real surprise considering the number of high-profile, damaging corporate cyber break-ins in the past year--perhaps highlighted by the recent Sony Pictures Entertainment intrusion--a new IBM survey of enterprise chief information security officers, security executives and CIOs indicates a majority believe they are outgunned by a rising tide of external threats.
SAP will rebrand and resell Hewlett-Packard's Fortify enterprise application security software in a deal the German business software giant said will flesh out its quality assurance portfolio and help customers spot security weaknesses in their software.
Microsoft has bought HockeyApp, a three-year old, Stuttgart, Germany-based provider of services and tools to help Android, iOS and Windows Phone developers build, distribute, and beta test mobile applications.
CenturyLink, fresh off its purchase of disaster recovery specialist DataGardens, isn't confining its M&A activities to cloud providers, snapping up San Jose, CA-Cognilytics, a 200-employee, predictive analytics and Big Data specialist to mid-sized and large enterprises.