Why the trend (and challenge for IT) will continue into 2012
Having a virtualization strategy can lead to more efficiency in the New Year- especially for businesses held back by tight budgets
Plus, which apps are downloaded on which OS? And, why two monitors aren’t better than one
This smallish desktop replacement may be tote-able…it’s just not very powerful
Recent reports of other major vendors considering acquiring the struggling company have brought RIM’s future into question
Which device is the best purchase for a loved one (or yourself) this season?
Our editorial panel’s year-end discussion of what to look forward to in 2012 begins with predictions on what will become of former Canadian tech darling Research in Motion
Our year-end editorial round table turns its gaze on Google’s burgeoning social networking platform. Will it be the network of choice in 2012?
The third of three parts in our editorial round table series focuses on the future of the bring-your-own-device phenomenon in 2012. User strike or IT backlash?
Businesses have laptop needs beyond those of the average consumer, including security, warranty, service, and more. Here’s what to look for
This year’s CES will be the last time Microsoft will have a keynote at the trade show
Acer may be looking toward larger screens for its thin-and-light Ultrabook line
Enterprises will be able to connect two virtual networking interfaces to one cloud instance
Microsoft uses HP’s cloud data centres and HP becomes Office 365 reseller
The tablet is a good buy if you’re in the market for a 7-in. tablet, but it probably wouldn’t hold up as a work device