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  • Why the Office 2013 suite still beats Microsoft Office alternatives

    Today's organizations constantly are looking for ways to improve efficiency while keeping a lid on IT costs. But factors such as feature sets, usability, availability and effort of support can a big part in the overall cost of any enterprise...

  • Microsoft talks up services, mum on Windows strategy

    Windows is no longer the only operating system in town, and everyone knows it -- including, at last, Microsoft itself.

    The worlds of consumer and enterprise technology today are heterogeneous, and even individual users are likely to use...

  • Windows 9 features may address unified apps and the cloud

    As I've already noted, rumors abound regarding Windows 9 development at Microsoft. There are Windows 9 features...

  • Speculating about the Windows 9 Start menu and other OS features

    Here's what we know for sure about Windows 9: practically nothing. Even the Windows 9 brand has yet to be confirmed. All we have is the codename "Threshold," which supposedly refers to the next generation of Microsoft's Windows operating...

  • Microsoft requires Office 2013 licensing for some non-Windows devices

    Microsoft's Office 2013 licensing scheme isn't overly complicated, but IT should still understand Software Assurance, remote access rights and more.

  • How Windows RT apps differ from those for Windows 8

    Can non-Metro apps be built with Windows RT, or must they still be based on Win32?

    Windows RT is designed to run on lightweight tablet PCs and similar mobile devices with...

  • When to buy a 2-in-1 laptop vs. a PC

    New 2-in-1 laptops recently unveiled by Dell, Microsoft, Asus and others have piqued IT pros' interest, but whether they deploy these hybrid tablet/PCs or stick with traditional computers comes down to the end user.

    There's no denying the...

  • Avoid these assumptions about Windows 8.1 security

    Now that all the hype over Windows XP's end of life is simmering down, many enterprises are making the move to Windows 8.1. That's...

  • VBS worms: Still dangerous?

    VBS worms were a top security concern in the early 2000s. Should enterprises still be worried? Nick Lewis explains.

  • Netbook features influenced modern mobile computing

    Netbooks, which once promised to revolutionize enterprise computing by enabling a mobile workforce, have slipped from the public consciousness and are haunting the IT staffers who remember them.

    I recently saw a carefully maintained Asus...

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