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Scott Lowe explains the challenges of trying to remove Java on an organizational level, a route many IT pros --tired of dealing with continual exploits -- would love to take.
Deb Shinder gathers the information you need to make the right deploy decision when applying Microsoft's January 2013 patches in your organization.
Businesses are embracing the BYOD movement. This is liberating but can lead to difficult choices when picking a smartphone.
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If you've ever been disappointed by tools claiming to help you create killer presentations, take heart: Here are a few that might renew your faith in add-ons.
Jack Wallen shows how a graphical front end based on Wine called PlayOnLinux is one of the easiest ways to get Windows software on a Linux system.
Deb Shinder highlights some of the major improvements to Microsoft's first major update to Windows Phone 7 code-named Mango. Two features have not been addressed that she considers...
A lot of obsolete concerns are floating around and preventing users from embracing Linux. Jack Wallen debunks some of the common myths and explains what you could be missing.
Google's App Inventor for Android development tool does not require users to have any programming knowledge. Here's a brief overview of how it works.