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William J. Francis explains how to use Android's RenderScript functions to hardware accelerate a Guassian blur.
Keep these options in mind so you can make an informed decision on the best path forward to modernize your Java program.
Reduce Complexity and Accelerate Enterprise Cloud Infrastructure Deployments - A Business White paper
To reap the full benefits of cloud computing, the IT infrastructure must run efficiently. Many organizations, however, are operating an IT infrastructure that has been cobbled toge...
CIOs are still looking for the new features to make Windows 8 an enterprise must-have, according to TechRepublic's CIO Jury.
If you love IT but the stress levels are wearing you down, you might consider one of these less-intense job roles.
How do tablets fit into your organization? Patrick Gray believes you should consider the two schools of thought for tablet computing.
All the issues, from lock-in to chargebacks and organisational and governance challenges...
When PC performance slows to a crawl, a systematic troubleshooting plan will help you zero in on the cause. Deb Shinder runs through likely culprits and describes steps you can tak...
Erik Eckel gives his reasons for finding that Mac's Snow Leopard OS beats Windows in enterprise environments when it comes to maintenance, security, and performance.
High performance computing infrastructures are a direct result of resource-intensive enterprises and scientific applications, and are massive electric power consumers which, in tur...