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  • News: Forrester Survey Suggests Execs Driving Push for BYOT

    According to Forrester's 'State of the Workforce' survey, execs are driving the need for BYOT programs and greater mobility while the younger workforce is still largely tethered to the office.

  • News: Why Legal Concerns Put a Halt to BYOT at Baxter

    Baxter International wanted to allow employees to bring their own devices to work, but legal concerns related to e-discovery had to be resolved first.

  • News: At Houston Bank, Disaster Recovery Goes Virtual

    Woodforest National Bank implements a replication system for its virtualized data center in the Gulf Coast

  • News: Beyond the Hype of Big Data

    CIOs that ignore the big data chatter risk losing a valuable competitive advantage

  • News: A Law Firm's Hiring Strategies for Handling New Security Concerns

    New data privacy concerns and increased regulation have led law firm Morrison & Foerster to add a new position. Here's what they did to facilitate that hire.

  • News: Alien Skin releases photo enlargement plug-in Blow Up 3

    Alien Skin Software has released Blow Up 3, the new version of its photo enlargement plug-in for Adobe Photoshop, Photoshop Elements, and Photoshop Lightroom. It is available now on the company's website for $199, a $50 price drop from Blow Up 2.

  • News: Lazy hackers port ancient Linux Trojan to Mac OS X

    Hackers are testing new Mac malware that they've ported from a nine-year-old Trojan horse originally written for Linux, according to security experts.

  • News: WriteRoom 3.0 adds full Lion support, word count tracking

    Hog Bay Software on Monday released WriteRoom 3.0 for Mac, an update to its minimalist writing app--just in time for National Novel Writing Month. The latest version adds full support for OS X Lion features, along with the ability to share themes with others, track your writing progress, and more.

  • Opinion: Siri, Pour Me A Beer Please

    It's been a long day and you want a beer, but being the captain of industry that you are, pouring beer isn't something you should have to waste your time on. That said, it does sound like the perfect task for you ever-ready personal assistant: Siri. The guys over at RedPepper created a method for Siri to crack your beers so you don't have to.

  • News: Encouraging Users to Embrace Big Business Data

    Scenario: Managing change across a newly information-based company

  • Opinion: How to Put Windows 8 on a Flash Drive

    If you've poked around PC World in recent weeks, you've learned how to download and install Windows 8 on a new hard-drive partition and how to install Windows 8 in a virtual machine. Today, let's talk about one of my favorite approaches for installing Windows 8, well, anywhere: by way of a flash drive.

  • News: Nationwide hits integration milestone in £1bn IT overhaul

    Nationwide has hit a key milestone in a £1 billion technology transformation programme, with the full integration of Cheshire, Derbyshire and Dunfermline building societies.

  • Opinion: Linux Foundation: Secure Boot Need Not Be a Problem

    There's been considerable concern in recent weeks over the secure boot mechanism planned for Microsoft's upcoming Windows 8, primarily among Linux users and others worried that the technology will make it impossible to run alternative operating systems on Windows 8 certified PCs.

  • News: Use Analytics to Create a Greener Business

    Investing in better analytics can help you turn environmental compliance costs into sustainability benefits

  • News: IT's guide to managing Macs in the OS X Lion era

    No longer relegated to the fringe, Macs are fast becoming integral to today's business organization. As a result, IT can no longer rely on one or two dedicated "Mac guys" to maintain its Mac fleet. Instead, Mac management has become an issue that any CIO or systems administrator may be faced with on any given day.

  • News: ScreenFlow 3.0 rises above ordinary screen capture utilities

    One of the best ways to explain a tricky task to someone—whether it’s replacing spark plugs in a car or using an image editor to clean up an old photo—is to simply show them how it’s done. Telestream’s ScreenFlow 3.0.1 can certainly help with the latter. This amazing app helps you create computer-based tutorial videos by recording your screen activity (along with narration), which you can then share online with friends and fans.

  • Opinion: Make the Free GIMP Photo Editor Easier to Use

    Not everyone uses the same photo editing software. There are many programs to choose from, ranging from the industry standard Adobe Photoshop CS to more accessible and affordable programs like Adobe Photoshop Elements and Corel Paint Shop Pro. Which program you use may be a matter of budget, need, and ability. Even if you could afford Photoshop CS, for example, you might not need all of its features. And the program is complicated and difficult to master. Likewise, there are a slew of free photo editors out there--you can read about some of the more popular ones in my free photo editor roundup.

  • How-Tos: How to create a family website

    Not all sites are for public consumption; some are just for family members. We show you how to create a simple family website using Google Sites

  • How-Tos: How to program software: part II

    We conclude our introduction to computer programming by delving further into the Basic language and setting you some challenges

  • News: Windows 8 Desktop Gets a Taste of Metro

    Microsoft is bringing more of the Metro user interface to Windows 8's desktop, swapping frosted glass for sharp edges and minimalist icons.



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