VMware’s latest version of its flagship product is marred with issues that will break replication and will require users to re-install VR 5.1 and redo replications from scratch.
Microsoft’s recent Patch Tuesday has already wreaked havoc among Windows users and a recent acknowledgement from the company indicates that Office users are also suffering.
Kim Dotcom’s claims of MEGA being a privacy company have been echoed as the company has recently been announced as a winner at ANZIA under privacy category.
FreeBSD 9.2 final was supposed to be released at the end of August, but we have got another rc while being nearly halfway through September
The long awaited feature is finally available on Outlook.com alongside the OAuth feature globally.
Once believed to be a rather tight option, Amazon Web Services Reserved Instances (RIs) can now be modified to get the most out of them.
Aimed at facilitating a smarter digital distribution system the BitTorrent Bundle is going to be available as a closed alpha on September 24.
The web based MySQL administration tool has come a long way since its first release in 1998 and is currently one of the most used tools on the web.
Mega, the Privacy company, may not be all that private as a new tool claims to reveal users’ master key while the developer behind the tool claims that Mega has access to users’ files.
One of the most used version of Microsoft office productivity suite is about to be kicked off the official support list alongside Windows XP next April.