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blackdog
16 hours ago

I realize this isn’t the most important thing in the world, but why is Microsoft calling the next version of Windows, the one that will come after Windows 8...

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jdixon
2 weeks ago

I was looking at both the PS4 and the XBox One, and it seems like the PS4 is the less expensive option, both initially ($400 vs. $500) and on a continuing...

Tags: Microsoft, PS4, sony, XBox One |
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rcook12
3 weeks ago

Probably the most consistent critic of Microsoft that I’ve ran across in the past few years is Aaron Levie, CEO of Box. Levie made it abundantly clear that...

mandril
5 weeks ago

There are lots of reports that Microsoft will reveal Windows 9 on 9/30/14. Any word on whether there will be a beta available to try out?

ITworld staff
5 weeks ago

We're at the point where we are facing an upgrade to Exchange. We're looking at the hosted version and wondering if anyone has...

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dbrown
6 weeks ago

I think it is fair to say that most people who fancy themselves even somewhat tech-savvy do not have a very high opinion if IE. Much of this is based more...

mandril
7 weeks ago

How much longer will it be before Windows 9 comes out? Windows 8 is ok as long as it’s running on a machine with a touch screen, but I really don’t like...

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pwarren
11 weeks ago

 

For a couple of decades, businesses have been standardizing on SQL-based databases for dealing with large data sets....

Tags: Microsoft, Oracle, SQL |
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TheCount
11 weeks ago

Microsoft has announced that Windows 7 will enter Extended Support status in January 2015. How will this affect Windows 7 users? Will there be any changes...

ITworld staff
11 weeks ago

Does anyone have experience actually buying and using Google Apps on an enterprise basis. Our company is considering making the move and...

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