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Ready for Windows 8? 4 Touchscreen PCs and Tablets

Ready for Windows 8? 4 Touchscreen PCs and Tablets

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Tap into Microsoft's touch-driven operating system with these Windows 8 devices.
April 2, 2013 in Office Tech
Work Smarter With These Computer Input Devices

Work Smarter With These Computer Input Devices

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Styluses, wireless keyboards and other devices to boost your efficiency.
November 13, 2012 in Office Tech
4 Computer Monitors That Will Change the Way You Work

4 Computer Monitors That Will Change the Way You Work

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Add a sparkling new monitor to your computer and see (and do) more.
October 4, 2012 in Office Tech
How to Dispose of Old Devices Without Losing Data or Harming the Environment

How to Dispose of Old Devices Without Losing Data or Harming the Environment

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Before you throw away your old computers and smartphones, make sure what's inside them won't harm your business -- or anyone else.
June 28, 2012 in Security
Apple Gives MacBook Pro a Major Upgrade With Retina Display

Apple Gives MacBook Pro a Major Upgrade With Retina Display

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New slimmer, 15-inch model comes with features for business users.
June 11, 2012 in Office Tech
Why This Tiny Cube Might Be Your Next Office PC

Why This Tiny Cube Might Be Your Next Office PC

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The grapefruit-size Xi3 comes with useful interactive features and convenient upgrading options.
February 24, 2012 in Office Tech
Review: Mini Computers for Business

Review: Mini Computers for Business

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The newest miniature desktop PCs are priced right, easy on your utility bill and really pack a wallop.
December 12, 2011 in Technology
What to Do If Your Business Gets Hacked

What to Do If Your Business Gets Hacked

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Your network has been broken into. Now what? Here are six steps to clean up the mess and make sure it doesn't happen again.
December 5, 2011 in Security
How to Run Business Software Between Macs and PCs

How to Run Business Software Between Macs and PCs

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Consider this advice for ensuring that documents and files can be used, in-house and by clients, no matter which operating system they're created on.
December 2, 2011 in Apps & Software
Can an All-In-One Computer Give Your Business an Edge?

Can an All-In-One Computer Give Your Business an Edge?

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These computers have been around for years, but today they're cheaper, more powerful, and many come with touch screens. Here are three reasons they can also be good for business.
October 24, 2011 in Office Tech
Sony's New Z Series Laptops Offer Lightweight Power

Sony's New Z Series Laptops Offer Lightweight Power

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At about half-an-inch thick, they come with a portable external docking station loaded with added memory and processing capabilities.
August 22, 2011 in Technology
A Nonprofit Gives Tampa Kids Resources to Do Their Homework

A Nonprofit Gives Tampa Kids Resources to Do Their Homework

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An IT company leader works to provide technology and education to Tampa kids.
January 25, 2011 in Success Stories
Moving to Macs? Don't Forget About Security

Moving to Macs? Don't Forget About Security

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Six steps small businesses can take to protect their Macs
October 4, 2010 in Security

Touch, and Go

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Touch-based technology isn't just for the iPhone and iPad.
May 17, 2010 in Office Tech

Your Backup Resolutions: Five Strategies to Back Up Your Data, Now

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Learn how to get perspective and the technology you need to put yourself on the path to smoother backups.
January 16, 2009 in Technology

How to Set Up a Cross-Platform Network

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Your business--and the computers that power it--may have started with an idea that popped into your head while you sat in front of your laptop, freeloading off of the local coffee shop's wireless network. But you can't work out of the Java Hut forever.
November 25, 2008 in Technology

Is a Mac Right For You?

A growing number of entrepreneurs are deciding a Mac is the right computer for them.
October 20, 2008 in Technology

Computer Problems Got You Stranded?

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Here's how to find emergency care for your ailing laptop.
September 18, 2008 in Technology

When Is Vista not Vista? When It's Mojave!

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Microsoft resorts to subterfuge to get people to try Windows Vista, as Steve Bass recently found. Plus, tips for Outlook and Windows passwords.
August 5, 2008 in Apps & Software

Troubleshoot Your Boot-Up and Shutdown Problems

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Does your PC hang, complain, or flat-out blue-screen when you start it up or shut it down? PC World's Lincoln Spector has answers to readers' most perplexing boot and shutdown questions.
July 31, 2008 in Technology

How to Buy a Motherboard

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Whether you're building a new PC or overhauling an old one, a new motherboard is the place to start. Here's our advice for choosing the right one.
July 1, 2008 in Technology

Desktop Linux Face-Off: Ubuntu 8.04 vs. Fedora 9

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New versions of two of the world's biggest Linux distributions have hit the street. How do they match up?
June 2, 2008 in Technology

How to Build a Superfast, Superquiet PC, Part 1

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The older I get, the less tolerance I have for noisy PCs. So my new desktop computer had to be quiet, not just fast. Oh, and I needed it to be affordable, too.
June 2, 2008 in Technology

Five Smart Fixes for Dumb PC Annoyances

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Say good-bye to annoying red (and yellow) Windows warnings, stop USB device problems, replace your Clipboard, and Webify your mail.
February 15, 2008 in Technology

Integrate Macs Into Your Business

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Even the most fervent PC enthusiast has to admit that Apple is on a roll. Riding on the coattails of the iPod's dominance and the iPhone's cachet, sales of the company's Macintosh personal computers are rising.
January 1, 2008 in Office Tech

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