Don’t wait until your data disappears in a disaster to create a comprehensive backup plan and pick the technology that’s right for your business. Backup may never be fun, but it is becoming more affordable, automated, and painless.
Now you can get a secure solid-state drive folded up with your pocket knife.
The Green Power Processor would eliminate 'wall wart' power supplies and help electronics use energy more intelligently.
Moving a company’s server room and local applications to the cloud can eliminate hassles and reduce expenses if you proceed with a good strategy.
Ultraslim terminals can reduce the costs and work involved in managing desktop systems.
Google is folding a slew of consumer services into the built-for-business Google Apps suite, which will enable single sign-in as well as data imports from other Google accounts.
Even during lean times, nobody wants to receive unwanted gifts that create more clutter. These presents fund good causes and help to reduce waste.
Here’s a quick guide to the meaning of various popular IT certifications and to the hoops they require IT pros to jump through.
Microsoft Office Mobile includes Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and OneNote for your Windows Phone 7 handset. The apps look lovely, but there's no free way to sync content.
Microsoft promises that its new Office 365 will enable users to work on Office documents anywhere from Web browsers and mobile devices. Here's what it looks like.
Now Google Enterprise Search can search your Google Apps domain and public Websites in addition to documents and databases behind the company firewall.
Browser-based presentation software makes it easy to share information.
Facebook's new Groups, data downloads, and app permissions dashboard let you control your data in new ways, but the changes could alter the character of the social networking site.