Don't spend hundreds or thousands on technical computer books that cover Microsoft technologies, download them free of charge. Legally. From Microsoft. Seriously.
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 BYOD.
While Linux might not enjoy a huge desktop market at present, there are some of you who think that's about to change. Especially the gamerz among you.
Spoiler Alert: Windows 8 is a blinding success and it's not even out yet. Valve excluded.
Many iPad users question the need for a Windows virtual desktop when the iPad has everything necessary to work as a remote computer.
The newest way to protect and to maintain your environment from the people who brought you SSH: Crypto Auditor.
Absolute Manage allows IT administrators to inventory, secure, provision and manage Android, Windows phones, Apple iOS devices, PCs, Macs and Windows computers.
It's not surprising that every few years there's a "Tech Bloom" but this one looks like an entire bouquet. Find out what's driving this bloom and where you fit into it all.
If you think that your job isn't vulnerable to replacement by zero cost labor, you should reconsider. Researchers are almost ready to release the "Virtual Engineer" into the workplace.
Do you really need a BYOD program or are you simply joining the trend because it's a trend? Find out more information from BYOD expert, Benjamin Robbins of Palador.com.
Too much has been said against Dropbox and its employees regarding file theft. And, here's a bit more.
It's easy to sit back and throw stones at Microsoft's decision to brand a tablet computer but I have some very compelling reasons to like it.
Security is a primary business concern and a primary business expense. Ease your burden by selecting a mobile content management solution that works.
Apple is the King of the Mountain in Consumer Device Kingdom. To worry about competition is just a royal faux pas.
I might have been wrong about Microsoft's tablet venture but I think we've only scratched the "Surface" with the concept.
There's a solution to "dirty" energy in our future and in our past.