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Specialized tools make it much simpler to build and modify timelines of all kinds -- from charting career growth to showcasing the progress of a project.
While it's easy to fall into a Microsoft vs. open-source world view, the reality is that most open-source projects should be doing more to support the Windows users among us.
In the new world of PaaS, programmers are no longer programmers -- they are developers. Nick Hardiman explains why PaaS is the cloud layer that is targeted at application developer...
The startup scene took a big hit from the global financial crisis five year ago, but big investments and increased exit activity have 2014 looking stronger than recent years.
Will Kelly takes a look at hopTo, a new virtual workspace for the iPad with a beautiful user interface.
Some TechRepublic editors and bloggers highlight their favorite app in this 12 Apps of Christmas series. The sixth app, recommended by Will Kelly, is Evernote.
Stacked against investments in other areas like new hardware or software purchases, the help desk is often overlooked yet is tasked with a larger support role with each passing yea...
You can get a lot more mileage out of Windows 7 if you perform a few tweaks and tap in to some timesaving tricks.
Many SharePoint users are plagued with being asked for credentials when opening Word or Excel files from a Document Library. In this case, the fix was a change of authentication pr...
Deb Shinder gathers the information you need to make the right deploy decision when applying Microsoft's June 2013 patches in your organization.