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Threadripper and Titan: the best workstation you didn’t know about

A workstation solution with a Threadripper processor and an NVIDIA graphics card.

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Apple users ‘most appealing’ to cybercriminals' online scams

Apple’s platforms may be the most secure, but this is driving cybercriminals to more devious ways to undermine iOS and Mac security. Enterprise and consumer users must be aware.

Another successful development project!

This pilot fish is tapped to lead development of a critical application, and after some training it's time to answer a key question: How soon can the new app roll out?

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Why Apple’s Create ML matters to your enterprise

Apple’s introduction of Create ML will make it easier, faster, and cheaper for enterprise users to develop machine learning apps for external and internal deployment.

Forget the facts -- we want something to blame!

This data center relies heavily on one major IT vendor, but the company's CEO is having second thoughts about that situation -- and thinks he knows what to do about it.

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How updates to SharePoint self-service site creation affect governance, IA

Updates to Microsoft's SharePoint Online make it easier to upgrade to the new modern team site experiences. But they could affect your information architecture and governance plan.

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What the wireless industry of tomorrow will look like

Wireless has started its next transformation wave to 5G and beyond. This has implications for investors, workers, executives, competitors and regulators in the changing space. Let’s take a look at where the wireless industry is...

Never mind that it works, think how it LOOKS!

Flashback a couple decades to the days when this IT pilot fish at a big company has databases to administer, 100-plus PCs to maintain -- and a freshly sprained ankle.

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With DaaS Windows coming, say goodbye to your PC as you know it

How much are you going to like having Microsoft in charge of your desktop?

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New MacBook Pros at work? Here's how to manage them right

Apple's newest laptops include a slew of security features that make them good corporate citizens. So it's important to know how best to deploy and manage them.

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Why SMS and voicemail are making a comeback

Assumed to be smoldering on the ash heap of history, SMS and voicemail are finding new life with new technology.

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April 2007: When Apple stopped the rot

Some of Apple’s biggest enterprise advantages go back to a little-known change in its fiscal accounting over a decade ago.

How to negotiate (Extreme Clarity edition)

This small software vendor pitches its system to a sales prospect whose CEO is particularly hard nosed -- and a very tough negotiator who gets straight to the point.

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6 productivity-enhancing apps for Apple’s iPhone

Enterprise iPhone users can increase their productivity using these iOS apps, including Slack, Trello, and OmniFocus.

Throwback Thursday: Is this the end for Y2K?

It's early 2008 when this systems support pilot fish starts getting reports that a special Y2K tool has stopped working -- and that turns out to be a big problem.

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Mending the rift between end-users and IT

As technological innovation becomes a competitive differentiator for business, IT’s charter must evolve to focus on end-user experience.

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Apple’s swift MacBook Pro response shows its advantages

Apple’s teams swung into action to respond to throttling complaints about the new MacBook Pros, illustrating the enterprise-class advantages of the company’s platforms.

Unique, redefined

Engineering group at this manufacturer comes up with a new quality-control initiative: Assign a unique identifier to each part. And there's just one potential hitch...

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The limitless potential of mobile gesture communications — and how it will trip up users

Gesturing in the air near a mobile device is going to become the preferred mode of interaction. Long term, ease of use will soar, but before we get there, expect a lot of user errors.

No good deed goes unpunished -- for anyone involved

This hospital's computer room has a history of intermittent and hard-to-pin-down issues -- and while a consultant has the cure, he tries to be just a bit too helpful.

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