New features in Google+ can help customers find your business, and promise to improve your collaboration and productivity.
Even as Google extends Mozilla’s funding for another three years, Firefox is losing market share. One opportunity may save Firefox, if it can put the right pieces in place soon.
Business logons require increasingly higher security, and mobile devices present new challenges. Windows 8's Picture Password takes a fresh approach.
Protecting your business's data is critical, and passwords are the first line of defense. Windows 8 makes managing unique, complex passwords easier, so that workers actually use them.
Google Hangouts is adding useful features that will appeal to businesses seeking video conferencing or broadcasting.
Today’s work environment often demands the portability of a laptop. With an attachable keyboard, the Asus Transformer Prime tablet essentially converts to one.
Opera introduced many features common now in Web browsers, but does the latest release make it worth using in your business?
With Chrome close to passing Firefox in popularity, it’s a good time to re-evaluate which browser will best serve your business.
Although it may be unlikely for a hacker to set a printer on fire remotely, printing security is too easily forgotten. Here's how you can make your print environment more secure.
The next flavor of Android includes great new features for business, so prepare to make your upgrade as smooth as possible.
The new flavor of Android offers a number of new features to help you get more work done. Here's why you should jump on this upgrade.
Adobe is no longer supporting mobile flash, and Occupy Flash is calling for people to uninstall the plugin. Is your business ready for its eventual demise?
Future updates to Windows 8 will require fewer reboots, but one more big change would be even better.
Microsoft's mobile platform extends its business software into users' hands, but is it needed or wanted?
With Adobe announcing the beginning of the end of Flash, what should businesses do with their Flash-based websites?