J. Peter BruzzeseColumnist, InfoWorld

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J. Peter Bruzzese is a six-time-awarded Microsoft MVP (current technical expertise Office Servers and Services, previously Exchange/Office 365). He is a technical speaker and author with more than a dozen books sold internationally. He's the co-founder of ClipTraining, the creator of ConversationalGeek.com, instructor on Exchange/Office 365 video content for Pluralsight, and a consultant for Mimecast and others.

Windows 7 Forever! Why Windows 7 is the Next XP

Windows XP's most beloved factors are also driving Windows 7 to long-lasting stardom, even for Windows 8 adopters.

Ex-Hacker Spills Secrets of Fighting Social Engineering

Targeting your users for phishing attacks is a great way to ensure social engineering training sticks.

3 Reasons Businesses Will Like Office 2013

As the changing Microsoft environment pushes IT to Office 2013 readiness, business will discover neat capabilities.

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Why You Should Block Facebook Access at the Office

While you're at it, get rid of Twitter, CNN, and the rest of the social networking distractions, too.

Why Facebook Access at Work Should Be Blocked

While you're at it, get rid of Twitter, CNN, and the rest of the social networking distractions, too.

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As Microsoft works on Windows Phone, Windows 8 and Xbox, users will be pulled back into its orbit, one product at a time.

In Your Face: Affordable Videoconferencing

Video calls shouldn't just be for iPad users. Here's a guide to today's face-to-face tools, for businesses large and small.

Why Small Businesses Should Switch from Exchange to Office 365

Get past the poorly chosen name and use this hosted service to eliminate deployment and maintenance hassles.

Windows Intune 3: The Chance to Get it Completely Right

The cloud-based Windows desktop management tool is already great for small businesses, except for one thing.

Windows 8: 7 Handy Tips and 4 Cool Tools

From getting back your Start menu to tweaking the Metro UI, here's how to play better with Windows 8.