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Looking for an Android file manager with enough power and flexibility to tackle your tasks? Here are five tools that will most likely meet -- or exceed -- your needs.
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Deb Shinder gathers the information you need to make the right deploy decision when applying Microsoft's June 2013 patches in your organization.
Lauren Malhoit shows you how to finish the Magic Triangle configuration between the Mac Server, Windows Domain Controller and the Mac client.
Lauren Malhoit walks you through the initial steps of bringing Macs into a Windows shop.
After some deep investigation, Greg Shultz came across a Windows 7 compatible version of the old Windows utility USB View.
Once you use the open source Network Security Toolkit distribution, Jack Wallen predicts you'll wonder how you ever did without it.
Deb Shinder suggests some Android, iPhone, and Windows Phone apps that can help create or simply enhance your next presentation.
Jack Wallen walks you through the steps of installing a virtual instance of Ubuntu Linux on a rooted Toshiba Thrive tablet.