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As technology evolves, some things need to fall by the wayside. Scott Matteson thinks these 10 things are holding back progress.
You don't have to settle for Windows' built-in defrag options. Here are five commercial tools that offer an assortment of extra features.
Springfield Public Schools is changing the role that technology plays in education. Through its "One-to-one" initiative, the district will provide all of its 25,600 students with W...
IBM's Node-RED visual coding tools are simplifying the job of wiring up today's world of computers, sensors and online services.
Here's an article that makes the process of securing a software development job (which for us usually lands on the .NET/C# side of things) more fun by treating it like the "cheat codes" to a game in w...
Phatch is an easy-to-use photo processor that allows batch processing and an array of actions that can be automated. Marco Fioretti shows you how it works.
Scott Matteson explains how to plan out your priorities using Gmail Tasks with the free GTasks mobile application.
Many IT departments are mired in routine activities that someone else could be handling. See if you can shift a few of these items from your IT portfolio.
Scott Lowe identifies six activities that he thinks should be handled by others or through different means.
Marco Fioretti follows up his post on installing old-school games on Linux with a post dedicated only to Chess clients. Here are his picks for easy installs and few dependencies.