According to a new report from The Linux Foundation, Linux is leading Windows on both the cloud and in enterprise application deployments.
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IT budgets often favor operating expenses over enabling new technologies. Here's why that might not be the case for much longer.
HP lifts the lid on its Windows-equivalent to the Chromebook with a starting price of $200.
Microsoft has updated the low-end 630 with LTE connectivity and a larger price tag to match.
Keeping track of work-related expenses has never been easier with these top smartphone apps.
Nokia has announced a new handset for the lower end of its Windows Phone 8 Lumia devices, the Lumia 620, which will start shipping in some countries from January 2013.
Do I think Windows is too expensive? Yes. Oh, you were expecting me to say more.
By enabling caregivers to file paperwork electronically with Windows Phone and Allscripts, First Choice Home Health & Hospice of Utah dramatically reduced mileage expenses.
Many companies still rolling out the Microsoft OS despite anticipated launch of new Windows iteration next year, but it's a move Redmond supports because it would be risky to skip existing OS flavor for next, company exec says.
The bandwidth-to-cost ratio of Verizion's $20 "promotional data plan" is too high for it to be a good deal for cost-conscious and data-shy customers.
Ubuntu isn't going to displace Windows anytime soon. But it just keeps getting better. Schools owe it to their budgets and users to at least give it a look.
Ultimate Ears and Capitol Studios have teamed up to produce their new In-Ear Reference Monitors. But with this one's price tags, only professionals in the music industry need apply.
Windows 7 migation could put a big hole in your IT budgets - as techies look forward to a big payday
The analysts at Gartner Inc. are warning that business migrations from Windows XP and Windows 2000 to Windows 7 in the next couple of years could create budgetary and resource burdens on IT shops.
Spurred by PC refreshes and adoption of portable machines, shipments of desktops and mobile PCs in the Asia-Pacific region set to grow 20 percent over 2009, predicts Gartner.
You need a reminder that the economy is in the dumps right now as much as a paraglider needs a tornado. But the fact remains, the flow of currency is partially paralyzed, and that means skittish companies are cutting budgets and scrutinizing the management of IT expenses, kind of like they did in '02 post dot-com bubble bust.
Analyst says the launch of the new operating system comes at a time when the sluggish economy could overshadow its release
Microsoft has announced the pricing of WIndows 7's Windows Anytime Upgrade - or WAU, if you're feeling excited - that will let people move between different editions of this yet-to-be-released operating system. As it was with Vista, there are various prices covering various combinations of upgrade: if you're feeling particularly flush, have Windows 7 Starter and want to end up on Ultimate you can take it step by step (Starter->Home Premium->Professional->Ultimate) and pay a rather plump £274.
Windows 7 upgrade pricing is too darn expensive. There, I've said it, and I feel better for having that out in the open. And not only is the upgrade pricing expensive, it's overly complicated.
It's not even on store shelves yet, but Windows 7 might come with a price tag that may be a higher hurdle than expected for some early adopters.Windows 7 is beating Vista in just about every other aspect, but the expected higher average selling price for Windows 7 systems may be a bit of a shock for consumers, a Dell marketing executive reportedly said to Brooke Crothers on CNET.