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July, 2010


July 14, 2010  6:32 AM

Tools to make the inevitable more manageable

Kevin Beaver Kevin Beaver Profile: Kevin Beaver

If you've got Windows 7 on your mind and you're anticipating moving ahead with it in your enterprise, Microsoft has some good resources worth checking out.

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July 14, 2010  6:08 AM

Life goes on: Windows 7 SP1 beta released on eve of Windows XP SP2 expiration

Kevin Beaver Melanie Yarbrough Profile: MelanieYarbrough

The day before

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July 13, 2010  12:18 PM

From me to you: A Windows 7 Mixtape

Kevin Beaver Melanie Yarbrough Profile: MelanieYarbrough

As you may or may not have heard, it's

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July 13, 2010  6:00 AM

A Little Birdie Told Me: Windows 7 Pros

Kevin Beaver Melanie Yarbrough Profile: MelanieYarbrough

Next week marks the

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July 12, 2010  6:19 AM

The Windows 7 Toolbox

Kevin Beaver Kevin Beaver Profile: Kevin Beaver

Here's a nice

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July 12, 2010  6:04 AM

Apple’s iPad: An iPad for the working stiff?

Michael Morisy Michael Morisy Profile: Michael Morisy

Cisco recently unveiled the Cisco Cius, which I dubbed an "

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July 7, 2010  4:22 PM

Service Pack 2 set to XPire: Here’s what’s next for Windows

Michael Morisy Melanie Yarbrough Profile: MelanieYarbrough

Don't worry, this isn't another Y2K-ish post about the end of Windows XP support—and...


July 7, 2010  5:38 AM

IT Professionals are not above the law

Michael Morisy Guest Author Profile: Guest Author

Editor’s Note: Ever feel like you're crossing a line with something your boss has asked you to do? Joshua Garick, a lawyer in Boston, MA., explains why you might need to think twice before installing the latest spyware on employee computers, particularly if you're a bit dubious about what...


July 6, 2010  8:38 AM

No Time, No Budget, and No People? No Problem! (Part 3)

Michael Morisy Guest Author Profile: Guest Author

We’ve got the third and final installment of Keith Morrow’s three part series, No Time, No Budget, and No People? No Problem! Straight from former CIO of

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July 6, 2010  6:51 AM

The deal with security on Windows 7

Kevin Beaver Kevin Beaver Profile: Kevin Beaver

In addition to being more user-friendly than OS's of the past, Windows 7 has some pretty stout security controls right out of the box. However, like other things security-related, lack of maintenance and oversight can turn an otherwise reasonably secure OS on its head. Did I mention some of the...


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