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Jesus Vigo reviews 10 documented issues affecting OS X Yosemite and offers troubleshooting tips to work through them.
Platform.sh, a Platform as a Service aimed at bringing continuous delivery to Drupal, is not all things to all developers, says Nick Hardiman. Find out how this PaaS saves its targ...
Nava Certus is a third-party product designed to help companies transfer their data to Google Drive (or other locations). Scott Matteson takes a looks a closer look.
Outline 2.0 for Mac is a third-party application for bringing OneNote notebooks to the Mac.
There are a number of ways you can work with bookmarks in the Nautilus file manager, and Jack Wallen shows you them all.
If your attempts to use Office templates usually leave you feeling stumped and frustrated, read these expert tips to gain a better grasp on how to use them.
Marco Fioretti takes a look at TreeLine, and open source outliner for Linux, and explains how he uses it to reformat and structure huge, messy, pre-existing blocks of text.
Cloud-hosted SaaS solutions open the doors to sophisticated tools that many, if not most, businesses could not have accessed in the past.
Find out why Marco Fioretti thinks everybody working with lots of interrelated, mostly textual content should try the free Piggydb Java application.
Silos and hierarchies represent power over information -- power that's best relinquished with measure and wisdom. Discover how this relates to enterprise social media.