Christmas is a time for giving, so we've crunched the numbers and rounded up your favourite reviews and roundups of 2009 to make your giving a little bit easier. Be it firewalls, smartphones, security suites and other goodies, there's plenty of reviewing cheer to be had, here are our top 10 highest traffic reviews.
As the title suggests, earlier this year we reviewed the best alternatives to Microsoft's Outlook email client and Exchange system. Click through to see our picks.
2. Nokia E63
Our review of the E71's younger, cheaper sibling. Don't let the cost fool you, this hardy little unit has features and performance that are found in the higher end smartphones. Click through to see the full review.
This year's iPhone killer? We test the Samsung Omnia and we're genuinely pleased by it. It's a solid alternative, it's marred by poor battery life and a few design quirks. For more detail, hit the link.
If you're looking at buying a smartphone, read this round-up. We test the Blackberry Bold 9000, the Nokia E71, HTC Touch HD, Samsung INNOV8, Apple iPhone 3G, Palm Treo Pro, Nokia E63, i-mate Ultimate 8502, HTC Touch 3G and the Nokia N96.
Because everyone needs protection.
Keep your customers happy: we reviewed the best software tools to do it. We see how SAP compares to SugarCRM, Salesforce.com, Microsoft Dynamics, Oracle and Infor in our technology round up.
Visualisation round-up. We checked up how VMware squares up against Hyper-V, ESX and Xenserver.
If you've ever wondered what the best laptops for business users were, read this and stop wondering. We pick apart the Dell Latitude E6400, Toshiba Portege A600, Apple MacBook Pro 13, Lenovo ThinkPad T400 and the HP EliteBook 6930p.
One of the most comprehensive security suite round-ups you will read from our labs. Suites tested: Kaspersky Work Space Security, McAfee Total Protection for Endpoint, Trend Micro Worry-Free Business Security, Symantec Endpoint Protection, F-Secure Client Security, Sophos Computer Security SBE 4.0, Checkpoint ZoneAlarm Internet Security Professional, ESET Smart Security Home Edition, Alwil Avast! Professional Edition, AVG Internet Security Network Edition and Avira SmallBusiness Suite.
Want to use internet telephony? Read this first. We look at solutions and give you the low–down on best VoIP for corporate telephony. Systems tested include: Cisco, Nortel, Avaya, Nec, Alcatel–Lucent, ShoreTel and Asterisk/Digigum.