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Before you resign from your full-time IT job to start a tech consulting firm, answer these questions to determine how well you've thought through this career change.
This is the second of a three part series discussing the options available to deploy and/or administer Google Chrome in the organization.
Gnuaccounting, a free, Java-based, open source, cross-platform package, offers plenty of tools to fulfill many small shops' bookkeeping needs.
If you're thinking about buying a Galaxy S III, be forewarned. This phone offers some incredibly cool features -- but you'll want to factor in a few gotchas.
This is the first installment of a series devoted to the various roles of IT pros. Here, Justin James, describes his job as a programmer.
Derek Schauland looks at the features of the Barracuda SSL-VPN, a browser-based VPN appliance, in this product spotlight.
Does the difficult economy have to mean greater unemployment levels? Or can more thoughtful management decisions turn this environment a good thing for organizations?
TechRepublic's Sonja Thompson gets a little help in the studio from her bozz, Jason Hiner. Find out what discussions are topping the charts this week, which members are cooking wit...
Microsoft is now offering network access protection to prohibit systems that fail a health check from entering your network. This article, part of an exclusive TechRepublic ser...
One of the key new features to Windows Vista is User Access Control. In this article, Scott Lowe takes a close look at UAC and shows you how to change how it works.