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As long as there have been IT pros and end users, there have been outbreaks of tension between them. Here are some tactics you can use to fix disconnects and restore a good working...
FileThis is a cloud billing service that fills a hole in productivity, but it may also introduce a potential security vulnerability.
Google offers a physical search appliance with some interesting features. Find out more about what it can do for business.
Munich, Germany has been on a decade-long quest to remove Microsoft software and other proprietary solutions from the city's IT systems. The controversial project was finally compl...
Just as one-off spreadsheets and databases have created headaches for IT leaders for decades, so, too, will cloud applications forcibly introduce unplanned and non-integrated tools...
A failed SharePoint implementation is an obstacle to collaboration and communications. Here are tips for turning a failed SharePoint implementation around.
Microsoft is preparing to update Windows to version 8.1 and is offering us the chance to preview the changes before it is officially released.
2013 promises to bring increased demand on IT resources, but automated solutions can help organizations save money, reduce downtime, and operate more efficiently.
SAP sets out a vision of making its software easy to use and pain free to buy, while adding cloud and big data. But is it giving its customers what they want?
Ubuntu's powerful and new slogan, "Avoid the pain of Windows 8," was retracted for a generic, watered-down tagline. Jack Wallen thinks it was a mistake to retract it. Here's why.