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Enterprise developers who work in environments that embrace BYOD need to be aware of the issues they might face relating to authentication, screen sizes, security, and more.
Google Apps has accessibility features which can be handy for users. Learn what some of these options can do for you or someone you support.
Many IT departments are mired in routine activities that someone else could be handling. See if you can shift a few of these items from your IT portfolio.
Most organizations might not be ready to shift these activities, but here are four more items you might want to consider doing.
Declaring yourself Microsoft-product-free may be more difficult than you think.
Deb Shinder would prefer to see Microsoft focus on making better software and letting companies with more experience worry about the hardware.
Behavioral advertising can be intimidating if privacy is one of your concerns. Thankfully, we're able to opt-out of being tracked. Or are we? Michael Kassner investigates opt-out t...
While Microsoft might be getting Windows 8 "just right" with developers, many IT pros seem to be feeling left out.
Threat Management Gateway (TMG) has grown into a solid-edge security solution with a large installed base, yet Gartner says that Microsoft won't be shipping another full version of...
GNOME Do has been one of the favorite search and launch tools for the GNOME desktop for quite some time. When Ubuntu Unity came around, it seemed like GNOME Do would be redundant a...