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For IT professionals, the directives coming from the C-suite are loud and clear: do more and more, but do it with less and less. IT professionals are being asked to support more ap...
A misplaced license can create way more trouble than you have time to deal with. Here are five handy apps that can help you sidestep all that frustration.
Finland as attempted to stimulate a startup scene with public money while avoiding too much government intervention. They helped establish some hits. Here's how they did it.
A new management model for PowerShell takes advantage of automation to reduce risk and disruption in the data center. John Joyner introduces DSC.
IBM Watson: The inside story of how the Jeopardy-winning supercomputer was born, and what it wants to do next
IBM Watson wowed the tech industry and a corner of U.S. pop culture with its 2011 win against two of Jeopardy's greatest champions. Here's how IBM pulled it off and a look at what ...
Smaller companies often have to get creative to gain a competitive edge. These tricks will help you connect with your customers and grow your business.
Small and midsize businesses approach tech spending with an abundance of caution -- but there are numerous strategies for making sure it's money well spent.
An interview with Kevin Gemmel, whose job it is to move people from Windows 7 to Windows 8. He talks about platform integration, the closing windows for XP support, and the hurdles...
Alfonso Barreiro offers an overview of EMET -- Microsoft's free Enhanced Mitigation Experience Toolkit -- that applies anti-exploit tech to vulnerable applications and processes.
Jack Wallen takes a look at Mint, a free application that allows you to view your bank accounts information from your iPhone or Android smartphone.