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Google has taken a lot of heat over the issue of privacy. Learn what this issue means to you and your organization.
Apple's Siri could change the game in search and put a lot of pressure on Google, but first Apple needs to deal with web search integration.
When you get a new PC, one of the first things you want to do is connect it to the Internet. But that is a very bad idea. We list 10 things you need to do to prepare your new PC fo...
If you can't do something in Outlook, chances are there's an add-in that can. Susan Harkins lists some handy add-ins that close a few feature gaps.
If you're in the market for a new server, you need to evaluate your choices carefully to make sure the one you buy will meet your needs. Brien Posey reviews 10 key aspects of a net...
KVM switches can make your life infinitely easier -- unless they don't support the features you need in your environment. Erik Eckel offers some suggestions for making sure you don...
When you're evaluating netbooks, you have to weigh the convenience of their small form factor against a variety of limitations. Erik Eckel explains several key considerations that ...
In the following series of documents I am planning to provide you with a high level of understanding as to what it takes to run SIP in your New or Existing Cisco Unified Communicat...
Even if your small business is holding its own, there are steps you should take to keep costs under control. Deb Shinder outlines 10 practical ways to reduce your company's expense...
You could do what I have done on my home network. With 5 machines and cable modem my son and I took an old P2 machine and using linux made it into a firewall - router. The firs...