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If anything should be complex, it's Mesos -- the software that lets you run your data center like Google. But Mesosphere wants to make it easy and beautiful. Matt Asay explains.
Jack Wallen sounds off about Mozilla joining Adobe to bring DRM content through the flagship open-source browser Firefox.
FileMaker Server 13 helps teams and SMBs get their FileMaker databases online and available to mobile and web users.
Nick Hardiman explains why the switch to IPv6 will further enable the world of connected devices.
Having the proper tools allows you to keep your business on top of social networking and keep you one step ahead of the competition.
Deb Shinder gathers the information you need to make the right deploy decision when applying Microsoft's November 2012 patches in your organization.
Microsoft could, and should, take the lead in simplifying the licensing process for consumers and for businesses.
Wil Limoges introduces the Apple Configurator utility, an app that will help administrators manage Apple devices in institutional or business settings.
Erik Eckel explains why he thinks springing for the extra cost of Apple's extended warranty on Macs is a good business move.
Bodhi Linux is having a giveaway for a Dell Duo, and Jack Wallen wants not only to make you aware of it, but also the importance of donating to open source projects.