Growing companies find that running a business in the cloud saves money, eases IT maintenance and delivers services they need.
By integrating Samsung displays in halls, restaurants and instructional kitchens, Philadelphia school serves up innovation.
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By building out wireless networks, companies set employees — and customers — free.
By partnering with CDW, Taft improves network availability for its growing workforce without adding significant costs.
Processing an overwhelming mountain of paperwork from the housing bust helped the Walz Group realize the need for a private cloud.
Containerization separates the business and personal use of smartphones and tablets.
Hidden in the fiscal cliff maneuvering is a big tax benefit for businesses that buy new technology.
In the event of a disaster, make sure your backup plans include your power and cooling systems.
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In addition to improving mobility, desktop virtualization aids mobility management.
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Small Business Edition sports a new interface aimed at easing common backup and recovery tasks.
To manage your software portfolio: review, reconcile and re-engineer and then repeat.
New management solution helps companies maintain virtual order and boost efficiency.
Technology should be adapted to fit the business, not the other way around.
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When they think of clouding as a verb, innovative companies can make a service out of anything.
IT managers expect to spend 38 percent of budget on cloud computing by 2016.