The OS still has some hardcore supporters, but Windows XP migration tools can help pave the way for users to access legacy Web-based data and apps.
There are good reasons to migrate to Windows 8, but a few Windows 8 drawbacks could be deal-breakers for some who might want to wait for Windows 9.
Despite the end of Microsoft's Windows XP support, many IT shops are sticking with the OS, and there are third-party options for security support.
The more businesses combine mobility, big data and the Internet of Things, the closer they'll come to contextual computing: The Data Mill reports.
Building a mobile app can give small business owners a competitive edge, but it's not for everyone. Christine Parizo explains why.
From the Fusion CEO-CIO Symposium, Searchlight looks at what dooms a digital strategy. Plus, Apple calls shotgun, Facebook wants drones and more.
Nvidia's GRID vGPU technology is now supported in XenDesktop, so take a minute to learn how this feature works and some tips for configuring it.
VDI environments aren't immune to malware, especially because the user profiles can lead directly to a breach.
A new tool from Spoon virtualizes any browser and streams it from the Web, which helps cut through some of the more annoying app demands.
Contextually aware security platforms are growing in importance as employees access corporate assets through more devices and across more locations.
With the ratification of the IEEE 802.11ac standard, Ethernet is all but dead. But is your organization's network ready for gigabit speeds?
The white-box switch market grew exponentially in 2013 thanks to hyperscale companies and cloud providers, but will enterprises buy in?
VMware's vCenter Log Insight gives systems administrators a tool to troubleshoot both their virtual environment and physical devices.
There are times when VMware's vCenter Log Insight needs a nudge to troubleshoot an underperforming vSphere data store.
Getting the newest ESXi platform running in a home lab requires some ingenuity if the necessary drivers aren't in the general availability release.
In this excerpt from chapter 3 of Risk Management Framework, author James Broad discusses the four components of risk management.
New Cisco CTO Martin Roesch says the Cisco product roadmap for network security will include a robust NGFW using Sourcefire technology.
Organizations need to be strategic about malware protection; re-architecting portions of the enterprise network could help.
Crowdsourcing ideas and product innovation have become more than just novel experiments in several industries.
Cloud trends have made the software subscription model attractive to companies rather than paying a lump-sum up-front cost.
Companies have to serve customers where they are. Multichannel customer service is the new mandate for business.