Peter Sayer

Senior Editor

Peter Sayer covers enterprise applications for CIO.com.

Android and antitrust: What you need to know about the EU Google antitrust case

Android and antitrust: What you need to know about the EU Google antitrust case

The Android software in most smartphones is a mix of open-source software and proprietary software from Google -- and the European Union's antitrust authority is concerned that the way Google ties the two together could constitute...

SAP wants to woo businesses back to its CRM

SAP wants to woo businesses back to its CRM

Woo, not sue: That's SAP's new strategy for dealing with customers that want to access their core ERP data through a cloud-based CRM system.

Domain operators: Your personal information can stay secret under GDPR

Domain operators: Your personal information can stay secret under GDPR

A Berlin court has refused ICANN's request that it force a domain name registrar to collect personal information for domain technical and administrative contacts

The biggest security startup deals of 2018 (so far)

The biggest security startup deals of 2018 (so far)

Recent VC investment in cybersecurity has tended to favor companies applying machine learning techniques to security problems. Here are some of the largest dealmakers that will be bringing you the next wave of security technology.

Internet exchange points team up to bring better MANRS to the internet

Internet exchange points team up to bring better MANRS to the internet

Enterprises stand to benefit from ISOC's latest campaign to get IXPs to clean up internet routing security

How 3D printing can affect your supply chain

How 3D printing can affect your supply chain

3D printing has been used for prototyping for decades, but now it’s starting to creep into production process too. Even if you’re not printing things yourself, that change is going to have implications for your supply chain management....

Facebook says GDPR means ‘new privacy experiences for everyone’

Facebook says GDPR means ‘new privacy experiences for everyone’

Facebook will ask all its users to make decisions about how they want advertising on the platform personalized to their interests, and whether to continue sharing religious, relationship or political information on their profiles, as...

Hottest cybersecurity products at RSA 2018

Hottest cybersecurity products at RSA 2018

Here's a quick run-down of some of the new products announced at the conference, or shown there for the first time.

IBM tweaks its z14 mainframe to make it a better physical fit for the data center

IBM tweaks its z14 mainframe to make it a better physical fit for the data center

IBM is making rack-mounted versions - ZR1 and Rockhopper II - of its latest z14t mainframe, that are able to securely run containerized software.

Indirect access: SAP offers a new way to pay

Indirect access: SAP offers a new way to pay

SAP is inviting customers to pay for its software per record created when they access it indirectly through third-party apps and services, and not per named user as it does today.

5 servers that exist thanks to the Open Compute Project

5 servers that exist thanks to the Open Compute Project

The Open Compute Project shares specifications for servers designed to be cost effective, and here are five that are commercially available.

25 simple tools for building mobile apps fast

25 simple tools for building mobile apps fast

Low-code and no-code development tools give business users and developers a fast track to mobile app success

How to get the top IT salary in 2018

How to get the top IT salary in 2018

We dug into the Dice 2018 Tech Salary Report to find the places, skills and industries that lead to the best information technology salary.

Don’t rush to deploy 5G if you want IoT security, agency warns

Don’t rush to deploy 5G if you want IoT security, agency warns

Flaws in 2G, 3G and 4G networks could be repeated in 5G, says EU IT security agency

SAP will shut down SAP Anywhere service for SMBs

SAP will shut down SAP Anywhere service for SMBs

Two years after its launch, the service had attracted around 30 active customers

What is the Open Compute Project?

What is the Open Compute Project?

Hardware designed to Open Compute Project specification accounts for well over $1 billion in hardware sales.

EU plans special tax on digital services revenue

EU plans special tax on digital services revenue

The European Union plans to make cross-border digital service providers pay tax in the countries where they do business, a move that will affect not just Google and Facebook but European companies too.

SAP settles licensing dispute with AB InBev

SAP settles licensing dispute with AB InBev

SAP wanted US$600 million in damages, both companies are keeping quiet about whether AB InBev paid.

IBM wants to open up the deep learning expertise bottleneck

IBM wants to open up the deep learning expertise bottleneck

With a new offering, Deep Learning as a Service, IBM aims to help businesses use deep learning techniques to automate key business processes, even if they lack deep learning expertise

How to use Skype for Business

How to use Skype for Business

Hosting a meeting, showing a presentation or holding a Q&A with Skype for Business is easy; attending someone else's meeting is even easier. Here's how to do it.

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