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The European consortium Helix Nebula is attempting to democratize a big data "science cloud" that can be used outside of academia and research, with help from some cloud services p...
The Office Store includes a variety of free apps that add helpful features to Outlook 2013. Here are five good ones to get you started.
Good office etiquette helps build the foundation for a healthy work environment. Here are 10 tips to make the most of your interactions with coworkers.
Google App Engine is part of Google's PAAS (Platform as a Service) strategy. Discover real world examples of how businesses are building web applications with this product.
Derek Schauland offers a troubleshooting tip for those transitioning from Outlook 2003 to Exchange 2010 that corrects a problem with shared calendars.
Have you noticed that certain features keep turning up in more and more software? Brien Posey has -- and he thinks such standardization is on the rise. See if you agree with his ob...
Convergent Computing (CCO) is a global IT consulting firm and a majority the employees are mobile technology consultants who travel around the world and need easy access to data. C...
Ubuntu launched the next big update of its OS on Thursday. We spoke with Ubuntu founder Mark Shuttleworth about 10.04, the future of Ubuntu, and more.
Learn the basics about Windows Communication Foundation, a system for exposing .NET code as a service with a variety of access methods such as SOAP and REST without extra effort on...
In a rare aside, Scott Lowe discusses the current status of computing and where today's model fits with the past and the future and how this affects the CIO.