Microsoft is changing Windows Server 8 to be more like Linux servers, and the improvements should benefit cloud service providers and businesses alike.
Because Windows 8 will run on desktops, laptops, and tablets, it will support a wide variety of displays. Here's how Microsoft is tailoring the OS to fit them all.
The IE10 app shows off what can be done with Windows 8’s Metro style, and is built to improve full-screen browsing on PCs, tablets, and smartphones.
Businesses prefer the iPad, and their interest is growing. Here's why Apple will remain tops in the tablet market, including in the workplace.
Remote desktop apps let you access your office PC from afar, and the new iPad's features will make it the most remote-desktop-capable tablet yet.
Windows 8 includes a more drastic graphical interface change than previous versions of Windows. Here are the top questions new users are likely to ask--and how to answer them.
As consumers get a preview of an early version of Windows 8, here are key features that should turn the head of any business manager.
When buying a smartphone for business travel, focus on these three areas so you can keep connected wherever you roam.
Though the trend is towards saving money by outsourcing email, there are good reasons to keep your businesses email on your own private server.
Windows 8 will be built to make it easier to set up and switch languages on PCs and tablets.
SkyDrive provides plenty of free space, but has been difficult to access. Integration with Windows 8 will make SkyDrive a more desirable way to store and access files in the cloud.
In a world increasingly dominated by mobile devices, Apple and Microsoft are changing their desktop operating systems to include mobile-inspired features.
Apple is integrating iCloud more tightly into iOS and OSX, but the features appeal to individuals. But with these key changes, iCloud would appeal to businesses.
Microsoft aims to optimize Windows 8 to help people with disabilities more easily use touch-enabled devices.
Windows 8 will change the way apps work, reduce power-draining background tasks, and more.
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