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While some observers claim Mac maintenance utilities are unnecessary, Erik Eckel's found some value in CleanMyMac 3. The easy-to-use utility offers some surprisingly helpful features.
Google Apps and Office 365 are the leading contenders in the cloud-based business application space. Scott Matteson compares the two products.
Network specialists should be keeping their ears to the ground with respect to new network-enhancing technologies that are likely to be directed into the company's Big Data initiatives.
While the term Business Intelligence is typically associated with systems and techniques that support the information need for strategic decisions - often based on historical data ...
In our latest Call for Feedback, we asked for stories about those who have helped you in your career. Turns out there's a lot of positive influence in IT.
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Most businesses might well be surprised at how poorly their network is serving them...
Debra Littlejohn Shinder suggests that Microsoft should not try to emulate Apple, but, instead, set its own path beyond Apple.
If your organization allows users to connect their smartphones to the corporate network, read about potential security risks, and learn best practices for your company's smartphone policies.
Gartner has identified its top technologies for 2011. Larry Dignan explains the rationale behind those choices and shares his thoughts on their viability and impact.