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Microsoft officially ends support for Windows XP in April 2014, but there are plenty of upgrade options available. Andy Wolber takes a look at some conventional and alternative OS ...
Stacked against investments in other areas like new hardware or software purchases, the help desk is often overlooked yet is tasked with a larger support role with each passing yea...
In honor of Microsoft Patch Tuesday, here's a look at 10 areas IT pros need to keep an eye on to ensure a smooth patch management strategy.
You've just gone live on Google Apps. Here are the first five steps an admin should take to ensure smooth sailing from this point forward.
With end of support for Windows XP looming, organisations are looking to move to new operating systems. One of the main stumbling blocks to this is often application migration. C...
Rick Freedman explores four agile method variants that bring the theories into real-world practice. He also discusses criteria for selecting an approach based on your IT project.
Regardless of your role in IT, Windows 7 is likely to have an impact on the work you do. TechRepublic contributors weigh in on how the new OS will affect a variety of tech position...
If you'd like to move your users to Windows 7 sooner rather than later, you'll have to make the business case to management. Here are the most important factors to keep in mind whe...
The built-in Microsoft Windows tools for assessing the condition of attached USB devices are barely adequate. This is where a tool like Device Remover can fill in the gaps. Jack Wa...
and get involved in the TR community. Lots of free SWAG with a lot of information provided. There are some great books in there to expand your knowledge, including networking XP. I...