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We survey the cloud's effects on nine classes of IT jobs: Architects and sys admins win, middle managers and tech specialists lose -- what about you?
VMware will update many of its core products and bundle them into an integrated release, called the Cloud Infrastructure Suite.
I was just getting used to the excellent version 4 of Mozilla's Firefox browser when those wild and crazy coders rolled out version 5 after just three months.
At college, you'll spend a lot of time with your PC. We've collected some free and low-budget favorites to make it easy to get to work (and play).
Every worker develops a few bad habits -- maybe more than a few -- as the years on the job add up. IT pros are no exception.
Stepping away from your PC? Don't let it stop working for you--or for a lofty purpose. These eight freebies do everything from backup to scientific research, all while you're not looking.
NetBeans, MySQL, and GlassFish are all likely to remain in Oracle's software portfolio as they have profit potential
Google's personal health record service, Google Health, failed to take off due to poor marketing and a lack of functionality that consumers insist is required.
After testing the beta tools for months, here's a first-hand look at the features and functions of Microsoft's new cloud-based productivity service, Office 365.
CA Technologies has added fresh user interfaces to its stack of mainframe management tools
Researchers at the PlanetLab global research network have developed a potential replacement for the widely used Unix sudo tool, called Vsys, that will offer...