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With the emergence on the deep Internet, searching Internet databases throughout domains including vehicles, real estate property, etc. has changed into a routine job. One on the p...
Keep these options in mind so you can make an informed decision on the best path forward to modernize your Java program.
When you're preparing for an interview, it's always a good idea (and will make you more comfortable) if you do some research on the company beforehand. Here's how to get the dirt.
Staying on task when managing your social media responsibilities isn't as difficult when you have the right tools at the ready. Here are five tools to consider.
Ian Hardenburgh compares the core features of Microsoft Office 365 and Google Apps to see which one comes out on top and includes a downloadable chart for at-a-glance comparison.
Save a whole bunch of keystrokes by creating a desktop shortcut for creating new Google Docs in Google Drive on the fly.
Microsoft's stock has been on the rise lately, but who knows if it will continue. Regardless, 2012 is going to be an important year for the company.