Robert DuttPCWorld

Third-Party Devices, Easy App Development Could Lift webOS

Executives say HP is ready to let others develop devices based on the mobile platform, a move that could help raise the profile of webOS among businesses.

Apple Brings iWork to iPhones, But Problems Remain

Apple’s iOS versions of Keynote, Numbers and Pages now run on the iPhone, but some of the same old problems still plague the suite.

Intel Ultrabook Will Power Bring-Your-Own-Computer Trend

Sexy enough to draw the eye; powerful enough to do the job and familiar enough to get IT’s blessing, Intel’s new thin-and-light notebooks could change the game when it comes to the corporate PC.


Apple Confirms iCloud Launch for WWDC

Will iCloud be iTunes in the cloud, the next generation of MobileMe, all of the above, or something more?

No Wonder Small Businesses Are Confused About the Cloud

Small businesses need real education about the benefits of cloud computing, not “Yay, cloud!” consumer ads.

Signs Show Desktop Virtualization Coming of Age for Small Business

Citrix’s purchase of Kaviza highlights growing momentum for SMB-friendly virtual desktop solutions

Three Ways to Secure Macs at Work: Lessons from 'MacDefender'

Even in the face of more Mac malware activity, basic security education and common sense go a long way.

Tablets Aren't Necessarily Cannibalizing Laptop Sales

Tablets are making an impact on the market, but how they affect sales of traditional PCs is unclear.

Does the Chromebook Hardware Subscription Make Financial Sense?

Will reduced total cost of ownership overcome the high upfront cost of Google's Web-centric notebook?

How to Find the Right Mobile Internet Service For Work

With a proliferation of choices, what should you consider when choosing a way to hook up while working on the go?

Google-Skype Deal Could Create Communications Powerhouse

The rumored joint venture would have the features, and users, to out-compete Microsoft in cloud collaboration market.

How Apple Can Make iCloud Business-Friendly

It appears that Apple will soon relaunch its cloud-based services under the iCloud banner. Can it also hang an 'open for business' sign on its cloud?

Make Sure Your Cloud Provider Communicates

Amazon EC2 Outage Lessons: How to Make Choose a Cloud Provider That Communicates

What Your Business Can Learn from the Amazon Cloud Outage

Small businesses don’t need to fear the cloud, but do need to take steps to be ready for potential cloud challenges.