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Telepresence and the opportunity to use cheap broadband data for virtual reality meetings was the buzzword of 2010. What Happened?
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Consider the orders of magnitude (and sheer manufacturing prowess) required to morph the very first 4-Bit microprocessors into the multicore powerhouses we use today.
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Windows 8 is packed with security features. Jump into this slideshow to see what’s under the hood.
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Businesses deploying technologies in integrated solutions that more tightly align and even accelerate the value of information technology to help drive better business results.
The latest iOS release, version 6, includes a set of more granular security and privacy permissions for users.
Networks need to be simpler, flatter and more capable of meeting the high-scale demands of dynamic workloads.
The names and providers of extremely interesting and potentially valuable IT certifications for professionals to ponder.
A recent graduate finds jobs scarce, but he is by no means devoid of prospects.
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In the past, IT has been the gatekeeper to technology for the business, mainly because we were the only people who lived it every day. That is no longer true.
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The cloud is a key component of enterprises ability to gain unconstrained access to information and IT resources.
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