Yep, all Windows 8 users will need to relearn how to turn off their PCs. Microsoft hid the option in the strangest place.
Big data can be big trouble if it isn’t handled with care. Here are some tips to make the most of that treasure trove of information.
Cloud services, virtualization, mobile devices, and social networking can keep your business going when catastrophes hit. Here’s how these tech trends can help you better your DR and BCP planning.
Like any other major business and technology initiatives, outsourcing comes with risks, regardless of how experienced the outsourcing provider is or how good the move looked initially.
Enduring a flood that wipes out your production facility is worse than losing some stored baby pictures, but disaster planning is essential for individuals and businesses of all shapes and sizes.
Amazon cloud skills are in high demand. This easy, step-by-step guide will help start you on your path to cloud mastery
When Facebook open sourced its data center and server specifications it paved the way for enterprises of all sizes to save money by following the social network's radical hardware designs. The Open Compute Project Foundation has formalized Facebook's designs into specs, which are freely available. Here are tips for implementing them.
These six dashboards help IT executives make key decisions by putting data from a variety of enterprise applications and services at a CIO's fingertips so he or she can better manage employees, website activity, development projects and more.
A majority of enterprises have hundreds of applications deployed on their network, but most tend to actively use far fewer than that. This application bloat is a significant and growing problem that costs many organizations millions of dollars a year. Here's how to combat the application sprawl.
If your IT security team must comply with regulations like PCI-DSS or HIPAA, you need to know who accesses your data and what they do with it, even if they're using a mobile device to do it. But performing forensic investigations on mobile devices is trickier than it is on PCs.
An increasing number of devices, including the Amazon Kindle Fire and Google Nexus 7 tablets, are Wi-Fi only; this inevitably puts a strain on existing Wi-Fi networks. For businesses that are either (very) late to the Wi-Fi bandwagon or looking to overhaul an anarchic wireless infrastructure, here are several important points to consider.
Evernote isn't a revolution. Like most of the technology products we tend to use regularly in our daily lives, Evernote is an evolution, a collection of good ideas that rolls into a single program the functionality of a half-dozen apps you would otherwise use separately.