Tablets are projected to surpass tablets in 2013, but looking more closely at the data paints a more relevant picture.
Microsoft released seven new security bulletins for the first Patch Tuesday of 2013--the most urgent being a patch for a flaw in XML.
Adobe has issued its "Patch Tuesday" updates--fixing critical vulnerabilities in three of its most widely used products.
The FTC ruled that Google’s search algorithms and practices are acceptable, which could be bad news for small businesses that rely on Google search ranking to attract customers.
Rootkits are particularly insidious and hard to eradicate. A tool like GMER—one that is dedicated to detecting and removing rootkits—is often a better way to handle a suspected rootkit infection.
What’s that Boy Scout motto again—“Be prepared”? Well, before you set off on that next business trip, make sure you have these things in your laptop bag so you can be prepared.
Though the cost and effort of upgrading to a new operating system can be a challenge, small businesses should consider switching to Windows 8.
Internet Explorer regained some of its mojo and recaptured some of its lost market share in 2012.
The Windows To Go feature of Windows 8 Enterprise eliminates many of the concerns and headaches of allowing users to bring their own PCs.
McAfee makes some predictions about what to expect and trends to watch for security in 2013.
There is more attention on cyber fraud and phishing scams during the holidays, but the perceived risk varies depending on who you ask.
The tepid launch of Windows 8 and the reluctance of many to embrace the new OS could lead SMBs to switch to Mac OS X.
A survey from FixYa details the most common complaints with the leading 7-inch slates.
A look at Cain & Abel--a free password cracking and security tool that can come in handy for IT admins.
RIM is launching a BlackBerry 10 beta program—putting it one step closer to finally rolling out the highly anticipated mobile platform.