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Ensure you're ordering the correct Mac configurations for users. Follow these guidelines to best match system configurations to departments' typical needs.
The ABCs of retention won't cut it for data scientists, which is why you must use creative tactics. Try these out-of-the-box retention strategies.
Scott Johnston, director of product management for Google Drive, spoke with TechRepublic about building tools that help people, changes in enterprise IT, and how surviving cancer c...
The IT staff at a computer graphics animation firm have come up with smart ways to address archiving and backup challenges with its 3D data model files.
Visual Studio 2013 Update 3 offers tighter integration with Microsoft Azure as well as fixes and new features. Read about the changes in the update that developer Tony Patton finds...
People are starting to heed the warnings of climate scientists by harnessing technology to slow the rate of rising seas and warming temperatures. Here are 10 ways tech is doing its...
Digital networks are complex, and getting more so every day because of the burgeoning traffic loads. Software-defined networking appears ready to step in and simplify things.
Tony Patton shows how to build a quick-and-dirty Ruby on Rails app and then create an impressive dashboard using the Ruby on Rails-based tool Dashing.
Microsoft's redemption song in Africa: Catalyzing tech revolutions on the world's least connected continent
Africans are taking control of their own destiny in technology, and Microsoft is no longer just giving away software but using its resources to fuel innovation fires instead.
Building a data science team is difficult enough, but growing one without losing the team's effectiveness is a major challenge. Here's why overspecialization is the wrong approach ...