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Virtual reality is gaining traction in the media. But, before the New York Times was backing VR storytelling, Nonny de la Peña was going it alone to bring immersion to journalism.
Christian Reilly, CTO of Citrix's Workspace Services Division, spoke with TechRepublic about his history in IT, the role of consumerization in the enterprise, and how he defines hi...
In order to catch up to the competition, Firefox is about to go "great or die." Jack Wallen dives into this new mantra to see if it will help heal what ails the open-source browser...
William J. Francis was rather insulted when it was suggested he use static analysis to identify code problems in his Android projects. Now he's come to appreciate the analysis he g...
Colocating hardware is becoming more interesting to IT managers. They have more control, less costs, and security tends to be greater than having servers in-house or renting a VM s...
Find out why a company was doing with its in-house BlackBerry server and why they retired it. It's not quite what you think.
While it's suddenly fashionable to bad-mouth long form, TechRepublic and ZDNet are true believers. Here's our approach to the renaissance of in-depth journalism.
Will Kelly reviews Parallels Access, which is part of Parallels new enterprise strategy, and explains what he likes about it.
With some spurts of life in the economy, and a reinvigorated technology sector thanks to resurgent consumer technologies, it’s a great time to consider how you retain and develop y...
Here's an article that makes the process of securing a software development job (which for us usually lands on the .NET/C# side of things) more fun by treating it like the "cheat c...