We are considering getting rid of Microsoft Office in our organization and moving to OpenOffice or LibreOffice. How difficult is it to do this? Are there things we should be aware of?
Despite the proliferation of smartphones and tablets in the enterprise, 26% of workers use office laptops to conduct business, according to a 2012 study conducted by Harris Interactive. Of those workers, 61% store critical data on their systems,... Tip | SearchEnterpriseDesktop.com
Is Project Lambda and the introduction of default interface methods breaking the Java performance? Will the desire to move to various polyglot programming languages such as... Conference News | TheServerSide.com
Windows administrators who have found that the Active Directory audit tools in Windows Server 2008 and later are inadequate for their needs have turned to third-party products instead. Although Active Directory includes native policies to track... Feature | SearchEnterpriseDesktop.com
From research to goofing off and everything in between, Microsoft's Internet Explorer 10 may be the program used by the most people in your organization on any given day. Oddly, though, the Web browser is often the one piece of software that IT... Tip | SearchEnterpriseDesktop.com
Microsoft wants to migrate Windows XP businesses' customers to newer operating systems and is pushing that agenda with an internal program aptly dubbed Project XP.
However, vendors such as Google Inc. and Mozilla Corp. are undermining... News | SearchEnterpriseDesktop.com
Windows laptops are still the main computing device in the enterprise, despite the consumerization of IT. That means choosing the right machine for your end users remains an important decision.
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The latest mobile workstations pack high-end computing features into a mobile form factor -- for a price.
Dell Inc. is one of several vendors that have refreshed their enterprise-aimed mobile workstations, which are essentially laptops... News | SearchEnterpriseDesktop.com
Tablet use has affected the PC market, but the corporate world continues to rely on desktops and use tablets only as supplemental devices. News | SearchEnterpriseDesktop.com
When it comes to deploying Windows 8 tablets in a secure way, enterprise administrators can learn a few things from IT pros in the education industry.
Many school IT decision makers have already deployed... News | SearchEnterpriseDesktop.com