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2013 was a busy year for Microsoft, from Ballmer's retirement announcement to product action involving Windows, Surface, and Office 365. Here's what to do in 2014.
What the industry's top application vendors are likely to do this year
Blockbuster. WinAmp. AltaVista! These brands, products and websites once meant something, and now they're gone.
Steve Ballmer's retirement leaves his still-unnamed successor a busy agenda and battles on many fronts.
Start off right with solid security tools, productivity software, and other programs that every PC needs.
The state of Florida is also withholding $3 million in payments to the systems integrator
News of hybrid SaaS, PaaS and happier customers is all on tap
Oracle results offered some bright spots, and BlackBerry's step away from hardware cheers investors
The marketing software market is heating up as CMOs get IT purchasing power
A major new ERP system doesn't make sense anymore, according to Quanex's CEO
The company that best known for its file-sharing protocol offers some more insight into how its unlaunched chat service works.
Annual maintenance revenue rises 6 percent to $4.5 billion
Salesforce.com has made moves away from Oracle's database even as it continues licensing it