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Andy Wolber shows you how to to boldly move your files from local storage to Google Drive.
How will enterprise IT change in the coming years? Patrick Gray makes some predictions, and explains why now is the time for IT leaders to redefine their roles.
Ron Guerrier spoke with TechRepublic about his career at Toyota Financial Services, his unique approach to office hours, and how today's CIOs can succeed.
Jack Wallen introduces you to one of the most powerful double-entry accounting tools available for the Android platform.
Manage income and expenses, pay bills, estimate your taxes, and crunch your mortgage costs, all with the help of these handy apps.
Here are ways for C-level officers in a "back office" role such as HR, IT, or customer service to establish credibility and value in what they deliver, and to gain the attention of...
Microsoft IT, the internal IT department for Microsoft, unveiled a plan to move the business workflow into Azure and on-premises computing. The move is slated to be completed by th...
Luxury management company Auberge Resorts recently moved their eight properties to Google Apps and Chromebooks. Here's how and why they transitioned from Windows XP.
Jack Wallen examines three of the most popular mobile app building services for Android to see if they're ready for prime time.
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.