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Protect your valuable business connections — and your data by changing these settings in LinkedIn.
Malwarebytes has launched a lightweight exploit shield designed to prevent zero-day attacks and other unknown threats to Windows, including Windows XP. And the basic version is free….
Microsoft's OneNote is a completely cross-platform app now, which means it can go with you anywhere. In this gallery, I present six of my favorite OneNote productivity secrets to help you get your personal and work projects organized.
Not long after snapping up Desti, Nokia has made another acquisition for its mapping unit.
Flash vendors make a big deal about 'usable gigabytes' as they struggle to show they are more cost-effective than disks. But is it a realistic metric?
Procuring software packages for the organization is a complicated process which involves more than just technological knowledge. There are financial and support aspects to consider, proof of...
The company is pitching its machine-learning project to local businesses.
How you, as an IT pro, prepare for the coming Internet of Things says a lot about you and your company's future in that space. Policy changes aside, there's a list of things you can do to prepare.
Want to improve your Skype experience and extend its functionality? Here are a few hints and tips that I find useful when I Skype.
After a few false starts, News Corp's efforts to deepen its engagement with customers are finally paying off – but it has required the accumulation of what data services manager James Hartwright calls "scary" amounts of clickstream data.
One year after Apple rebranded its desktop operating system from fearsome felines to California landmarks, Mac OS X is getting a much-needed refresh.
The momentum behind targeting business apps at employees rather than their employers is building, according to startup Tactile's founder and CEO, Chuck Ganapathi.
Why it doesn't pay to be too Silicon Valley-ish.
Innovation in enterprise collaboration software continues unabated, to the point that there are nearly too many to keep track of. Here are 20 interesting new or established players you may not have heard of.
In response to the better-than-expected results and strong outlook, Workday shares were up by as much as five percent in after-hours trading.