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The impending expiration of support for Windows XP leaves users who still depend on the ancient OS with a handful of viable options.
If you're a Windows XP stalwart, you may decide to stick with Windows XP, even after Microsoft officially ends support. Scott Lowe discusses some of your options for making things work with what you h...
This is the second of a three part series discussing the options available to deploy and/or administer Google Chrome in the organization.
If you're looking for a simple way to expand the Microsoft SkyDrive syncing service, Jack Wallen says your best bet is to use the SkyShellEx user friendly app.
Scott Lowe has some advice for those CIOs who intend to ignore Windows 8: It's not going to be as easy to do as you think it is.
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