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Keep outside workers up and running with these six steps.
Marketing is the next great technology frontier.
At eMusic, the IT and business teams work arm in arm to thrive in the competitive world of digital music retail.
For Swingvote, an ambitious shareholder-communications company, VoIP and business continuity go hand in hand.
Saving money — not the environment — prompts most IT departments to consider green initiatives. BizTech offers 10 biz-savvy and eco-friendly tips to help run your IT infrastructure efficiently.
The problem isn't just knowing what to keep, but determining whether there's a smoking gun in your electronically stored information that proves or disproves a case.
Small businesses and IT recruiters identify the five skills they consider paramount in new tech hires.
Best practices you can use to keep your large project out of the weeds.
Companies can deduct up to $128,000 in hardware and software spending for 2008.
Try these tips and tricks for getting the most remote access out of your servers and applications.
A regional strategy on keywords can help attract the right customers to your Web site.
Using commercially available technologies and a little ingenuity, Signalife runs an efficient business and helps cardiac patients at the same time.
With more of their colleagues working at home, the morale of workers who are toiling away in the office is suffering, according to recent research out of Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute in Troy, N.Y.
By separating out the data users really need from machine-specific data, Windows Vista reduces the quantity of data that needs to be stored on the server, a feature that makes folder redirection and profile roaming easier for IT managers.
Configure users' desktops and settings quickly and easily using Group Policy Preferences.
Windows Server 2008 has a new feature that lets IT managers assign password policies to different groups of users without creating a separate domain for each group.
With just a few lines of code, you can extract data from text files, including log files, using regular-expression capture groups.
The new search service in Windows Vista offers improved search performance, a more granular query language, and a search-as-you-type feature.
In Part 2 of her interview with AMD's vice president of commercial business Kevin Knox, BizTech Editor in Chief Lee Copeland asked about AMD's green initiatives.
BizTech editor-in-chief Lee Copeland recently spoke to AMD vice president of commercial business Kevin Knox about the chip maker's Barcelona quad-core server line, built to support server virtualization.
Flexible compact keyboard works for road warriors who need a lightweight option in an unclean world.
GuardianEdge Hard Disk Encryption protects data on mobile devices and removable media.
For nearly as long as there have been computers, IT managers have depended on passwords for user-authentication. We offer four tips to help manage your passwords.
New green IT solutions make it easy for small businesses save energy and cut costs.
Ask these questions to find the hidden potential in prospective new hires.
Follow these six steps to extend the life of older PCs.
Stop the enemy at the gate with network access control.
Computer- and server-based desktop virtualization gain momentum.
Smaller, faster and more efficient products make their debut.
Make administering Windows Vista easier with PowerShell 2.0's simple, compact cmdlets.
Everybody likes the Earth. It’s hard not to, especially since it’s the place that we all call home. Yet across the business world, green initiatives are rarely a top priority if they negatively impact the bottom line.
Here's how to hire — and keep — the best IT staff.
Among the most universal demands on IT managers and directors at small-to-midsize businesses is that they justify an expenditure today based on it paying off big tomorrow.
Consider these best practices to inoculate your company against the greatest risks and costs.