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One in 10 web-facing computers is still running Microsoft Windows Server 2003, according to a report - despite the OS no longer being patched by Microsoft.
Microsoft IT, the internal IT department for Microsoft, unveiled a plan to move the business workflow into Azure and on-premises computing. The move is slated to be completed by th...
The end of extended support for Windows Server 2003 is just under a year away. One manager says the average migration will take 200 days, so start thinking about migrating if you h...
The Apple iPad has changed the way people work. So, why is Apple fan and technology professional Erik Eckel getting rid of his?
IT departments can reduce their audit anxiety by taking four proactive steps. These measures can also enhance an organization's overall security and compliance.
Luxury management company Auberge Resorts recently moved their eight properties to Google Apps and Chromebooks. Here's how and why they transitioned from Windows XP.
Jack Wallen puts an Android developer on the hot seat and receives some very enlightening responses. If you've ever considered developing for Android, this is a must-read.
VMware Horizon Suite makes your admin work easier. Read about the technologies that come with this bundle.
Abandoning the ageing Windows XP can be a costly, time consuming process, and even though time is running out many organisations have yet to get started, according to our panel of ...
This simple do-it-yourself approach to server image deployment offers low-overhead efficiency and consistent configuration.