There's been much angst and consternation surrounding Windows 8, the big Blue update, and the missing Start button. Fear not, Windows faithful, Ken Hess is here to help with suggestions for a Windows 8 rebuild.
There are no sacred cows to someone who believes that consumer devices and self-service IT are the keystones of the new business model. IT Apologist Ken Hess takes on Consumerization and bring your own device.
Kenneth 'Ken' Hess is a full-time Windows and Linux system administrator with 20 years of experience with Mac, Linux, UNIX, and Windows systems in large multi-data center environments.
More than 1,600 respondents' data created this report on current BYOD trends, concerns, and practices. Can you guess which mobile platform is the most popular for BYOD?
Back in January, Microsoft announced that it had sold 60 million Windows 8 licenses. That was four months ago. Where is it now? Some analysts say "dead". Microsoft ain't bovvered.
Inquiring minds want to know what you think of BYOD privacy. Take part in an eight-question survey to express your opinions on the topic.
This week's Great Debate topic is: "Can Windows 8 be saved?" Here's a news flash for you and the debaters — Windows 8 doesn't need saving.
For those of you wanting to opt out of your company's BYOD program, do you have the option of not participating?
As a Facebook hater, you might find it unsurprising that I also hate 'Home' but it goes deeper than a hate for Facebook alone. It goes all the way back to AOL of the mid-90s.
There are some technologies that you don't need regardless of the 'cool' factor. Save your money and buy a nice tablet computer instead.
The time for good old-fashioned evolutionary extinction is at hand concerning Microsoft's licensing policies. The general consensus is in favor of that extinction.
In a strange move, new Yahoo CEO Marissa Mayer pulled the rug out from under telecommuting employees. It won't help fix Yahoo's problems, but it's interesting to watch.