Packaged software or Web service for running mapping applications?
The ultimate killer app is e-mail and Microsoft's lastest version of Exchange taps into 64-bit power to drive a host of new capabilities.
The growing importance of energy efficiency gives IT a leadership role in the enterprise.
IBM Corp. plans to announce Thursday that it will boost what it spends developing computer security products to $1.5 billion in 2008, reflecting an intensifying focus for the company.
Many say it will be years before 64-bit Windows becomes a serious challenger.
These flagship Office 2007 apps have some interesting new functions, if you know where to look.
VMware's Diane Greene is on a quest to make server virtualization ubiquitous.
While most readers like Microsoft's latest e-mail client, some say it's still not ready for prime time.
Making your job easier, one tool at a time.
Some sing its praises, but compatibility problems and the new interface leave others cold.
The Client Access Server gives you many remote access options for Exchange 2007.
Technology experts tell Redmond what makes them tick.
Despite Microsoft's efforts so far, incompatibilities still dog the new OS.
IT workers continue to ride a strong wave of increasing experience to a third straight year of high earnings, according to <i>Redmond</i> magazine's 12th annual Salary Survey.
Keeping a virtualized image clean just got a lot easier.
Symantec's chief John W. Thompson talks about co-opetition with Microsoft, the security market landscape and the company's Software as a Service and open source strategies.
Did your IT earnings get kicked up a notch this year? Redmond magazine's 2007 IT Salary Survey reveals that salaries, raises and bonuses went up for the third year in a row.
Here are our predictions for next year's fastest-climbing certifications.
Considering a WSUS upgrade? You should.
Here are several ways to protect yourself against dangers on the Web.
More Tech Library