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
When it comes to corporate desktop management, administrators typically rely on utilities such as Microsoft's System Center line of products. However, many common Windows desktop manager functions can be performed from the command line without... Tip | 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
Among the Windows 8.1 features getting buzz is one called Work Folders. It's a tool that allows users to sync files between multiple systems in real time (or near real time) and have access to these files even when they're not on the enterprise... Tip | SearchEnterpriseDesktop.com
IT administrators who want endpoint management tools for iOS and Android devices have new options from Dell.
The biggest thing is it saves us on... News | SearchEnterpriseDesktop.com
Microsoft provides two free tools that let you check whether enterprise desktops have been infected with malware. The Microsoft Malicious Software Removal Tool is an anti-malware application that runs in the background on Windows desktops set up... Tip | SearchEnterpriseDesktop.com
It's no big secret that Windows 8 is a lot different from Windows 7. Although Windows 8 has sometimes been described as Windows 7 with a new interface bolted on, there are actually a number of Windows 7 features missing from Microsoft's latest... Opinion | SearchEnterpriseDesktop.com
IT shops planning their Windows XP migration ahead of next year's end-of-life date can make the process simpler by relying on some best practices.
The looming Windows XP support end date of April 8, 2014 should compel... News | SearchEnterpriseDesktop.com
Office 2013 has been out for several months now, and it is probably time to think about how you might go about deploying the latest version of Microsoft's software suite to all of your desktops. But there is a significant change in how to install... Tip | SearchEnterpriseDesktop.com