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2014 was an all-star year for Apple and developers of iOS and Mac software. Here's a look at the big Apple technologies that were released this year and how developers have been us...
Rackspace, a "premium prices for premium service" cloud platform provider, is not playing against Google, Amazon, and Microsoft on the level of their recent price slashes. Find out...
Read how releasing open data supports the federal government's goal of improving community resilience against climate change and primes the pump for meaningful reuse by tech giants...
Alex Howard has written poignantly about digital government, open data, and much more. He's going to be writing for TechRepublic on the impact of technology on society.
While a lot of people are furious at the mess that was the healthcare.gov web site rollout, IT pros should use it as a learning experience for their own IT careers.
High-stress projects can take their toll on your health. An IT contractor recalls being reminded of this life lesson during a recent Windows 7 migration project.
Five data center management apps that span the spectrum of potential tools and reports.
Remote desktops might be the right BYOD solution for some vertical markets. Will Kelly gives us an overview of Splashtop for Good.
Microsoft is preparing for its biggest operating system launch for two decades - but tech leaders aren't convinced they need to jump on the bandwagon, at least not yet.
The benefits of cloud storage outweigh the risks, say tech chiefs - but several remain wary of using a public service for corporate data.