Some of the indispensable technology that you use every day was so ahead of its time that it now goes largely unnoticed. Here the innovations that forever changed email, Web development, database management and other "givens" in today's tech finally get their due.
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The help desk is getting a much-needed assist in some shops.
More companies are using desktop virtualization tools to create a 'gold standard' -- one desktop version that gets pushed out to all end users.
Windows 8 will introduce a slew of interesting features, but will they benefit you?
Some security professionals suggest a radical approach to locking down USB flash drives, but there are other, less drastic options as well.
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A new IT challenge is emerging: building a vast infrastructure for electric vehicles, or EVs.
Deal with these all-too-common dangers to your data and critical business operations before it's too late.
Sure, consumer gadgets are getting most of the attention these days, but data centers are getting some love too.
Fuel cells are highly reliable and environmentally friendly, making them attractive to companies that want a greener data center. But they aren't for everyone.
Yes, your old PC can be born again. Here are some tips and examples of creative, practical applications for aging hardware.