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Developers give tips on what steps you should take when building a service on top of the quiz show-winning cognitive computing platform.
Millennials are growing up with very different ideas about privacy and information security than those of us who actually built the digital world we now live in.
Microsoft's redemption song in Africa: Catalyzing tech revolutions on the world's least connected continent
Africans are taking control of their own destiny in technology, and Microsoft is no longer just giving away software but using its resources to fuel innovation fires instead.
David Gitonga suggests ways to build a better blog for your small business. He focuses on two elements: the design and the commenting system.
FocusWriter by Graeme Grott is a word processor application that gives you tools to help you focus on the task at hand.
When work slows down, it's smart to catch up on back-burner tasks. You can keep your techs busy and get some necessary (but neglected) chores out of the way.
Finding and fixing errors in formulas and functions can be tedious and time-consuming. Here are some practical tips to help you cut to the chase.
Outlook is complex enough to confuse your users and create support headaches. These basic concepts will give them a better grasp of how things work.
Access is a powerful tool -- and for many users, it's a confusing one. This list of basic concepts will help them develop their database skills.
The time to identify potential problems with a presentation is BEFORE you're standing in front of an audience.