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cchecca
36 min ago

I’m having a really annoying problem with Office. I keep getting an error that says “The Microsoft Office document cache encountered a problem. Click to...

TheCount
2 days ago

How do I kill an unresponsive tab without closing the Chrome browser completely? It doesn’t happen often, but once in a while, I’ll have a website that...

cchecca
2 days ago

Is there a software solution that can be used to monitor the temperature of various components of a PC, in particular the CPU and graphics card?

pwarren
2 days ago

Where’s a good place to learn about ERP? Is my company better off with using a cloud-hosted version than running it on our own SQL...

Tags: cloud, ERP, Intuitive, SQL |
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ITworld staff
2 days 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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Phil Johnson
3 days ago
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If you develop software for a living, what are some of the fears that keep you up at night? For example, an unreproducible bug in production code?...

Phil Johnson
3 days ago
TRUSTED VOICE

If you develop software for a living, what are some of the fears that keep you up at night? For example, an unreproducible bug in production code?...

OldHippie
6 days ago

I've got a couple of web conferences I would like to listen to in my car. How do I convert a video file to MP3 format?

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sunnysun
1 week ago

I need free software to download online video from sites like Youtube and Dailymotion. Is there any free and fast solution for Windows...

mstrauss
1 week ago

IE has been running really slowly for me over the past week or so, and apparently it was caused by recent patches and updates. How can I find the hotfixes...

Toshiba has developed a new image sensor for smartphones and tablets that promises better image resolution for run-of-the-mill smartphones when it goes into mass production.
For two years, Google has quietly been developing autonomous flying vehicles that can be used to deliver packages for disaster relief or for commerce purposes, the company revealed Thursday.
It seems like poaching drivers is par for the course in the ride-sharing industry.
Former U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton called for a "global compact" on surveillance and the use of collected data, saying the U.S. isn't the only country that does it and American technology companies are unfairly targeted for the government's actions.
IBM continues to make the case for the nascent field of cognitive computing, showing off some Watson prototypes Thursday that could help speed scientific discovery in the medical field, by scanning large volumes of literature and data far more quickly then humans can, and suggesting possible leads.
Twitter is useful for more than following your favorite celebrities. It's a powerful professional tool for keeping up on industry news, interacting with influencers, and marketing yourself. But when you use it this way, managing your Twitter account can feel like a full-time job--unless you have the right app, of course. Here are five iOS apps that make it a lot less work.
Electric carmaker Tesla Motors wants security researchers to hack its vehicles. The Silicon Valley based high-tech carmaker will hire up to 30 full-time hackers whose job will be to find and close vulnerabilities in the sophisticated firmware that controls its cars.
Samsung and LG have announced more smartwatches ahead of next week's IFA trade show in Berlin, with an emphasis on connectivity and curvy faces.
NASA migrated 65 software applications, including its flagship NASA.gov website to the cloud in 22 weeks, and the space agency is still in the midst of a massive deployment to the cloud.
Three CIOs discuss how they balance traditional and unconventional approaches to keep projects on track and deliver on their promises.
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