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Perhaps best known as the guy who introduced Steve Jobs and Steve Wozniak, Bill Fernandez speaks out on Apple's founding magic, how love built the first Mac, and the interface of t...
Decoding the Genius Bar: A former employee shares insider secrets for getting help at the Apple Store
Whether you broke your iPhone or you need to learn how to edit video on your Mac, the Apple Store has services to assist. Here are tips to navigate it from a former employee.
451 Research has released its semi-annual TheInfoPro report on cloud computing. Analyst Peter ffoulkes speaks with TechRepublic about the increasing non-IT roadblocks that the surv...
Why waste energy, space, and money on a high-end server when a low-cost microserver can handle the job? Here's a look at how microservers can benefit the data center.
Having tried and tested rules in place are essential for mission-critical tech projects because when things go wrong you need proper procedures to fall back on.
Head of information services Wayne Smith talks virtualisation and consolidation...
Scott Lowe gives tips on how to address various challenges associated with employee-owned devices, including smartphones.
VMware CIO Mark Egan recently offered his perspective on a variety of timely issues, including the speed and agility gains of moving to a virtualized environment, the evolving chal...
Interview: Martyn Croft, UK CIO, Salvation Army
Ubuntu launched the next big update of its OS on Thursday. We spoke with Ubuntu founder Mark Shuttleworth about 10.04, the future of Ubuntu, and more.