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FCC CIO David Bray talks about the challenges of updating the agency's IT infrastructure, which has been challenged to ingest more than three million comments about net neutrality.
The keyboard is a living fossil and the alignment of its keys hints at the strange history of its origins. It took app economy darling SwiftKey to innovate it in a powerful new dir...
TechRepublic's roundtable of IT experts share thoughts on NSA reform in light of the newly formed Global Government Surveillance Reform alliance of eight leading technology compani...
The next release of OS X promises to have features that will make it easier for small businesses to build out an infrastructure based on Apple technology. Erik Eckel explains why.
According to statistics, anyway. I'm intrigued by the attitude that comes across from your post and other posts in the gun-laws thread. You talk of "disarm a man in my own home w...
Here's a look of some of the most popular consumer apps, how they re-define the user experience and how to apply this knowledge to the enterprise world.
Are IT pros getting the short end of the stick at Microsoft these days, or is that just a misperception fueled by fear of change and the unknown? Debra Littlejohn Shinder tackles t...
NetIQ president and GM, Jay Gardner, discusses the challenges of helping technology end users avoid diminishing benefits and gain incremental value from their IT investments.
The certification landscape changes as rapidly as the technologies you support. Here's an updated list of certs that currently offer the most value and validity for IT pros.
Ian Clayton believes customer satisfaction levels should be at the heart of every IT decision -- and he's spent more than three decades finding ways to make that happen.