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Jack Wallen asks Ben Loetz, Advanced Solutions Architect for Verizon Wireless, how SMBs can get the most out of Mobile Device Management (MDM).
This is the final post of a four-part series detailing the best practices for completing the process of Going Google.
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Switching from Windows to Mac can be frustrating and confusing for even the most tech-savvy users. These tips will help ease the transition.
This post is Part 1 of a five-part series detailing best practices for the process of Going Google.
TechRepublic editor in chief Jason Hiner and ZDNet editor in chief Larry Dignan respond to questions about the impact of BYOD on IT.
Office 365 is being touted as the perfect solution for the same small businesses currently using Microsoft's Small Business Server to get Exchange and SharePoint. Will the cloud ki...
Choosing the best cloud platform for your application requires you to evaluate a long list of provider capabilities. Here's what to look for -- including uptime, security, performa...
A few simple steps can make a big difference in what you spend to support your Exchange Server organization. Brien Posey shares several practical suggestions.
Exchange 2010 is better than ever, with new functionality and feature sets. In this new Quest white paper, get an overview of what's new in Exchange 2010 - including three high-lev...