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  • Windows 7 migrations win out for XP shops

    Some IT shops view the relative simplicity of a Windows XP to Windows 7 migration as the best way to deal with the XP end of support.

  • How to bypass the kinks in Windows 8.1 deployment

    Even if your organization's existing Windows XP computers are able to run Windows 8.1, you must still want to do a clean install to update systems. Microsoft offers no direct migration path for porting a user's files or settings or the computer's...

  • New Microsoft Office 2013 features you need to know about

    Although some people may consider Office 2013 to be a relatively minor release, the 2013 version is jam-packed with new features. Here are some of the most significant new Microsoft Office 2013 features that both end users and IT administrators...

  • More Office 365 subscription plans, pricing changes ahead

    Office 365 subscription plans and pricing changes for small and medium-sized businesses are scheduled for the fall, marking the second round of pricing changes disclosed in as many weeks.

    Microsoft will replace existing Office 365 plans...

  • Pros and cons of Windows 7 vs. Windows 8

    As enterprises move from Windows XP, desktop administrators have to weigh the potential advantages and disadvantages of Windows 7 versus Windows 8 for their organizations. Do users prefer Windows 7's interface? Is Windows 8 more secure? What if...

  • Finding and fixing Office 2013 installation problems

    The move to Microsoft Office 2013 is often smooth and uneventful, allowing computer users to take advantage of the many advanced features and design improvements that the Office suite provides. But successful software installations are never...

  • Mastering Windows 8 USB booting with Windows To Go

    Computing mobility has always been a challenge, obligating users to arrange multiple installations that are difficult to synchronize or carry a single system between locations. The introduction of Windows 8 Enterprise Edition offers a new option...

  • Watch Windows 8.1 app compatibility even after Update 1

    The original release of Windows 8 was heralded as a breakthrough -- a unification of operating system code bases intended to support both traditional desktops and mobile devices. While Windows 8 was largely considered a stable and reliable step...

  • Enterprise endpoint and mobile security management wait for no one

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    Admins can no longer worry just about keeping desktops up to date; laptops, smartphones...

  • Windows 7 migration station: The path of least resistance

    Organizations that stuck with Windows XP all the way to the end of its supported lifespan must now prepare to migrate to a new operating system. The best way forward might be a Windows 7 migration, especially for companies that...

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