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A new year brings new advances in technology, and 2016 promises to be a landmark year for IT. James Sanders predicts which innovative ideas are taking shape and are likely to appear this year.
Streak for Gmail turns your already powerful Google email client into a powerhouse CRM tool, ready to help you streamline some of your processes.
Gartner's Magic Quadrant for x86 server virtualization puts VMware and Microsoft as leaders. Find out what the report's findings indicate for the future of the data center.
System requirements, driver compatibility, and update branches are just some of the factors to consider prior to a Windows 10 deploy.
If you're struggling with the idea of starting a company using open-source software (or migrating from a proprietary ecosystem), Jack Wallen has a few points that might make the choice a bit easier.
HP Technology Services for Microsoft Windows 2003 end of support (EOS) and Microsoft migrations With Microsoft Server 2003 support ending on July 14, 2015, you face many issues ...
Tech chiefs think Windows 10 is a step in the right direction, but does it offer any reasons for firms to migrate from Windows 7?
Bitbucket provides hosting for Git and Mercurial repositories. Tony Patton focuses on using Bitbucket with a Git repository for collaboration and possibly even to save on costs.
The end of extended support for Windows Server 2003 is just under a year away. One manager says the average migration will take 200 days, so start thinking about migrating if you haven't already.
iCloud Drive could finally be the combination of storage and ease-of-use that allows Apple to find success in cloud, but will it help Apple in the enterprise?