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Windows Server 2012 Essentials gives small businesses many options, including built-in hooks to cloud-hosted Office 365-based email and more economical backup and disaster prepared...
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Trying to zero in on the cloud apps that fit your needs can be time-consuming and frustrating. Here's a list to get you started in the right direction.
Mensys BV, the developer for eComStation, is all set to launch the next major release for their operating system.
Find out how Donovan Colbert used his TF300 Transformer tablet/convertible to safely manage a virus in his Windows shop.
Readability is a simple add-on for browsers designed to turn whatever web page you are viewing into a nice clean document.
The HTML world is again divided between W3C and WHATWG camps, and which mobile OS will be the first to fall at Mobile Pwn2Own?
Nick Hardiman runs through the steps of installing Java, creating security credentials, and setting up some variables so that you can play with the EC2 API tools from the command l...
Fluent is a very promising alternative user interface for Gmail; if only there were no waiting list.
Apple and Google have provided Microsoft with the shot in the arm it needed to revive its underdog spirit.