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  • Microsoft Click-To-Run

    Microsoft Click-to-Run is a way to quickly install Microsoft products, including versions of Office 2010 and Office 2013. 

  • Will tablets with the Windows 8.1 update come to an office near you?

    Microsoft's Windows 8.1 update may improve the user experience with the operating system, but whether the new features are enough to spur IT to deploy Windows 8.1 tablets to mobile users remains to be seen.

    The majority of IT...

  • Why was the Windows XP lifespan so long?

    Microsoft will cease providing technical assistance for Windows XP on April 8, 2014. Alas, the appetite for desktops has changed in favor of more portable, power-saving devices, perhaps with touchscreens. In addition, cloud computing and...

  • Microsoft Office alternatives give mobile users flexible productivity software

    Office productivity software alternatives from IBM, Huddle and others now integrate more mobile, social and collaboration features for the enterprise.

  • data products

    A data product is digital information that can be purchased. 

  • Dell KACE K1000 v6.0 to bring enhanced systems management controls

    Dell Software plans to release a major update to its KACE K1000 systems management appliance in May with a sleeker user interface and enhanced security and IT controls.

    Originally scheduled for release by the end of the first quarter of...

  • production data

    Production data is data that is persistently stored and essential to completing day-to-day business tasks and processes.

  • Why the Office 2013 suite still beats Microsoft Office alternatives

    Microsoft Office alternatives such as OpenOffice may be catching up, but the Office 2013 productivity suite has kept its lead in terms of features.

  • Windows XP migration tools help IT ward off upgrade hassles

    Windows XP migration tools will help IT shops move to a newer operating system quickly when the aging software's support ends next month.

    Microsoft has become aggressive about making its customers aware that April 8 is the end of...

  • Where will XP stalwarts go after the end of Windows XP support?

    The end of official Windows XP support is not all bad news. Microsoft plans to provide signature updates for its anti-malware application for another year or so. But support for the operating system itself is going away, and enterprise desktops...

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