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Microsoft has made the decision to entice lower-cost device makers to adopt the Windows platform and remove cost as a barrier. Scott Lowe doesn't think price, by itself, is enough....
Physical-to-virtual conversions have a few gotchas, but they may be the best option when a proper application, data, and configuration migration isn't possible.
Windows has made some updates to the Azure Virtual Network, now in production status, that makes it easier to extend your own network or private cloud into Azure.
Tony Patton says these are the basic items a developer will need on a C# project. Let us know if you'd add anything to his list.
When malware is suspected don't jump the gun on diagnosis and countermeasures. Follow these best practice guidelines to ensure an appropriate and measured response.
The company harmon.ie brings their leading SharePoint mobile client app to Android. Will Kelly gives us his first impressions of the app.
John Joyner takes you through the steps to prepare and install an evaluation copy of Lync Server 2013.
This is the second of a three part series discussing the options available to deploy and/or administer Google Chrome in the organization.
Derek Schauland reviews what is included in PowerShell Studio 2012, a third-party tool to help you learn and use PowerShell commands.
TechRepublic's Windows 8 Business Intentions study reveals that 74% of businesses have no plans to deploy Windows 8, and the new, touch-centric user interface is a driving factor i...