How-To on Software
How do you sort through all the choices and find the right software vendor for your business? IT executives offer eight suggestions (along with four bonus tips) about what questions to ask software vendors as well as how to properly vet them and their product offerings.
Yep, all Windows 8 users will need to relearn how to turn off their PCs. Microsoft hid the option in the strangest place.
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.
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.
Working with iCloud is fairly simple, but you need to know the ground rules if you plan to start storing your documents in the cloud.
Excel Tables offer a range of features for working with list-style data.
From workload profiling to the three rules of indexing, these expert insights are sure to make your MySQL servers scream.
Think you know everything Google Calendar has to offer? Here's a look at five little-known features to keep more you more productive and organized.
The complex and ever-changing security landscape can befuddle small businesses, and the plain truth is that there is no silver security bullet. Small businesses would be well-advised to deploy a multi-faceted security strategy. Here are eight must-have checklist items.