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With Windows Server 2012 less than two months away, we look at its 10 most compelling features and how IT professionals can benefit from them
Businesses can take advantage of the cheap Windows 8 upgrade, or subscribe to Windows InTune and get Windows 8 thrown in
Microsoft has outlined how easy it is for anyone to develop apps for Windows 8 - Here's how to be a Windows 8 developer
Customers are wondering whether the end users they serve will see enough value to climb the learning curve for the new OS
Windows 8 is embracing developers but tablets will never replace laptops
Microsoft wants to kill the Start button on Windows 8 so badly it is working proactively to stop people from coding their own Start button
From Windows XP to IBM 402 - why're you all still using the old stuff?!
Despite critical acclaim and cheap phones, few people in the US want a Windows Phones
HTML5 and RIM's larger development strategy will come into sharp focus at BlackBerry World in Orlando
iPhone users no longer have bragging rights about Instagram exclusivity, but these five apps will leave Android users green with envy
New Microsoft OS Windows 8 has a lot of innovative features, but it also has a few fatal flaws
Businesses can save money and implement solutions faster by working with SMEs and using open source technology, says Andrew Savory
A guide on using your new Microsoft Account
New operating system is now shipping to device makers - here's what's changed
Now based on Ubuntu Linux 12.04, this free OS is available in both 32-bit and 64-bit versions.
This is perhaps the best-looking Start Screen across all smartphone platforms.
To combat confusion and ease your vertigo, we’ve put together an FAQ in regards to one of the major announcements to come out of WWDC
Early release offers a sneak peak at what's to come in the next version of Canonical's popular operating system
Windows 8 is a major OS overhaul, but some of the most important additions might be the ones you can't see
Choices will abound for users of this free OS, which is now available as a release candidate.
RIM's future hinges on the QNX code, but can it still make a comeback?
Two businesses say they saved money by switching from VMware
Windows 8's touch-centric interface may make tablet-style touchscreens possible on laptops
Microsoft is changing Windows Server 8 to be more like Linux servers, and the improvements should benefit providers and businesses
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