Why the iPad is popular and Windows 'tablets' are not

May 27, 2014
When a tablet tries to be a laptop, people buy a laptop instead -- or a real tablet
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Beware IT pros who blame BYOD for their own failings

May 13, 2014
A user gets access to a server he shouldn't have access to and triggers a misconfiguration that posts private data to the Web. Whose fault is that?
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Forced off mobile Office, Box and Dropbox may lose the desktop, too

April 29, 2014
Apple, Google, and Microsoft have cut out third-party cloud storage, wiping out those services' universality
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Put to the test: Microsoft's Office 365 on the iPad and Mac

April 22, 2014
The good news: Office and Exchange now work credibly on the iPad. The bad news: Microsoft is being as proprietary as Apple
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Too big to trust? Google's growing credibility gap

April 15, 2014
The new Google is not the old Google, and people are starting to take notice
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Why the 'retired' Windows XP ain't going nowhere

April 08, 2014
There are simply too many specialized apps and hardware devices that can't run anything but Windows XP
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IT and business remain apart -- and that's a good thing

April 01, 2014
The irony is that some of that divide is healthy, but few companies can tell the good from the bad
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Windows 8 picks up an unlikely ally in Apple

March 25, 2014
Apple is dropping Windows 7 support in Boot Camp -- and Mac-based Windows users won't like the reasons why
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Double standard: Why Apple can force upgrades but Microsoft can't

March 18, 2014
Ironically, Microsoft's compatibility commitment has boomeranged, making it easy for users to keep what they have
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Thought Obamacare was messy? Wait until electronic health records come online

March 11, 2014
EHRs' laudable openness goals will slam into reality of highly proprietary, secretive, and risk-averse health care industry
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