Snow Leopard and Exchange: It Just Works

Microsoft Exchange is the most common groupware server for businesses, allowing workers to share calendars, contacts, and e-mail. But connecting to an Exchange...

Five Reasons Some XP Users Should Hold Off On Windows 7

Windows 7 is a vast improvement over Vista, but the jump from XP isn't right for everyone.

Nokia Booklet 3G Refines the Netbook Design

Nokia's netbook blurs the line between notebook and smartphone.


The Art of Creating Strong Passwords

When it comes to password strength, educating users is just as important as enforcing policies.

Three Tools to Boost Your Multi-Monitor Experience

The only thing better than using more than one monitor on your PC is using more than one monitor on your PC with these tools.

Apple Tablet's Killer App Revealed?

Supposed informant leak reveals tablet's potential as an external display.

Why the Microsoft-Nokia Office Deal Won't Hurt RIM

The partnership between Microsoft and Nokia is unlikely to convince users to abandon their Blackberries and iPhones.

5 Reasons It's Time For a Verizon iPhone

Exclusivity with AT&T has run its course. A second iPhone provider would benefit Apple and its users.

Microsoft Should Follow Apple's Lead on Windows 7 Pricing

For Microsoft to continue to aggressively pursue the upgrade market, it should to revisit it's pricing strategy.

App Store Missteps Could Sully Apple Tablet

Apple should rethink its approach to app rejections or risk repelling consumers.

Twitter DDoS Attack Reminds Us to Reinforce Safe Web Habits

Remind your users early and often to be wary while using the Web.

Beef Up Your Small Business IT With Virtualization

Virtualization is often seen as a feature of fancy, big-budget data centers, unfit for mom-and-pop businesses. But that's not an accurate perception.

Google Chrome Gets Data Sync Features

Synching bookmarks across the cloud could be the beginning of a series of changes.

Manage iPhones With Exchange

The Apple iPhone may now be the easiest smartphone to support in the office. Here's how.

Everybody Panic! The iPhone Has a Vulnerability!

Just kidding. Relax. While the iPhone is mildly vulnerable to hackers, you're not in any real danger.