Microsoft keeps promise to make available iterative releases of IE9, with the second release in two months featuring improved performance.
Data shows that the Web browser even Microsoft says IT departments should abandon is used most during business hours.
IT certification and training can help IT pros increase their high-tech knowledge and their paychecks
MIX10 attendees got a preview of IE9 and promised to drive standards work on HTML 5.
Two bulletins fix security vulnerabilities on a quieter than usual Patch Tuesday.
The Microsoft CEO discusses the company's cloud computing strategy and tells why it's not just for techies.
A survey shows why and when the tech staffs at small and midsize firms are migrating.
New report shows that Microsoft remains in the lead with Internet Explorer, but loses some ground to Google Chrome.
Today's hot IT jobs are those that can help satisfy growing demand for technologies such as virtualization, cloud, network security and social computing skills...
More companies are considering money matters first when choosing to upgrade Windows 7.
Some information technology experience is hot, even in a lagging economy.
Virginia is promoting a single all-state telecommute day to raise awareness and interest in the cost and energy savings.
Challenger, Gray & Christmas data shows fewer high-tech jobs cut in the second quarter of 2009.
Foote Partners' research, coupled with U.S. Department of Labor Statistics, identifies high-tech areas in which jobs continue to be lost.
The networking company puts its own technology to work by permitting employees to work from home.
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