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Many web properties make extensive use of item-based collaborative filtering, which showcases relationships between pairs of items based on the wisdom of the crowd. This paper pres...
Specialized tools are essential for some tasks. But there's no denying the convenience of an app that can serve multiple purposes. Here are a few good options.
Greg Shultz explains how to use the Get-EventLog cmdlet in a script to search the event log for a particular term in an event error message.
During its Worldwide Developer Conference keynote this year, Apple executives did something not seen in years -- focused on developers.
Greg Shultz shows you how to use the Search filters that are built into File Explorer's Search box in Windows 8.1.
Private school’s Chromebook program explains why Google’s laptops have captured nearly 20% of the educational market
Kentucky Country Day, an independent private school, recently began requiring Chromebooks for their middle schoolers. What started as an R&D experiment has yielded some striking re...
Try an alternative DNS provider for faster web browsing at your small business or home.
Google offers a physical search appliance with some interesting features. Find out more about what it can do for business.
Social engineering leads to dangerous security lapses and is notoriously difficult to prevent. Make sure your organization's users can spot the most obvious red flags.
SPF, DKIM, and DMARC make it difficult for spammers to send fake messages that appear to have been sent by your organization.