Don't-Miss Cloud & Services Stories
There's "the cloud" and then there's Windows Azure.
Every once in a very long while, I get to review a product that strikes me as a stepping stone toward the future. Microsoft Lync 2010 puts your PC at the center of communication.
Formerly known as Fennec, Firefox 4 for Android devices is among the most feature-rich mobile browsers to date.
Here’s how to take a recreational break on company time--without the boss finding out.
The latest beta of Google Chrome browser is out and the focus is on speed. We take the beta on a test drive.
Printing over the Web through the beta Google Cloud Print service is basically reliable, despite a few problems.
Whether the executive on your list needs to breeze through the airport security check, untangle a mess of gadget cords, or get down to business in other ways, these gifts are up to the task.
When your business needs serious storage, these network-attached storage devices can do the trick without breaking the budget.
Keypad PIN entry along with AES 256-bit hardware encryption make this flash drive a solid choice for keeping data protected on the go.
The IronKey Personal S200 secure flash drive uses hardware encryption, eliminating the need to run software on a PC and put your data at potential risk.
The Imation Defender F200 Biometric Flash Drive uses government security standards to keep your data secure in a pocket-size package.
The 8x8 Virtual Office Pro, a browser-based software tool, handles fundamental office communication, but it lacks innovative extras.