Windows 8 won't be adopted as a standard at your business anytime soon, according to a new Forrester report. But that doesn't mean IT shouldn't prepare for it to sneak through the BYOD side door. Here are five ways to be ready for Windows 8.
As more consumers and businesses go mobile, 2013 will be Microsoft's most challenging year yet.
Microsoft's future hinges on attracting developers to build Windows 8 apps. But by offering financial incentives, supporting a range of programming languages and allowing developers to write code once for multiple devices, those developers may soon follow.
Windows to Go is a good way to evaluate Windows 8 on your PC without disrupting your current OS. But it can get a bit complicated, so here are the do's and don'ts.
A new IDC research report offers little faith in Windows 8's success on connected mobile devices, concluding that in the next four years the Windows OS in general will lose share to iOS and get overtaken by Android.
Ultrabooks, a term coined by Intel, give name to the increasingly thin, light, fast and (relatively) cheap Windows laptops popping up over the last year in reaction to the Apple MacBook Air and the iPad-led tablet craze.
As we approach Data Privacy Day, it's a good time to grab the reins of the sprawling online content about you that you and others have created. Microsoft offers steps to protect your increasingly important online image.
From the dead-on-arrival HP TouchPad to RIM's epic BlackBerry outage and Yahoo's slow fade, here are the tech products, companies and events that let us all down in 2011.
In a Bloomberg Businessweek article, Google CIO Ben Fried reflects on the benefits of letting employees have their way with technology.
Chances are Microsoft will not retaliate against Google's 12.5 billion purchase of Motorola by acquiring a phone maker of its own, say industry analysts.
Sometimes tech mergers look good on paper but flop in practice. Here's a look at some of the biggest tech merger failures.
A surprising number of companies in major American cities are still behind the teleworking times, according to a recent Microsoft survey of 4,500 information workers.
Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer wasted no time in his keynote at the Office 365 launch in mentioning that Office 365 is an ideal solution for SMBs, but enterprises should not dismiss Office 365 as just being for SMBs.
Despite Windows dominance and a surge in Windows 7 enterprise upgrades, corporate use of Internet Explorer continues to decline.
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