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Microsoft releases 15 Office rags for July, though some Jun bugs still stink

By Woody Leonhard, Columnist, Computerworld | Jul 6, 2017 7:23 AM PT Read More »

We’re undervaluing collaboration

Collaboration isn’t only something we wish to occur in your office. Our economy, a domestic complement and civilization itself might be productively analyzed as a array of collaborations. (Not to be confused with a late Sen. Ted Stevens’ virally ridiculed “series of tubes.”) How we feed, clothe, educate, perform and perform ourselves relies on a remarkably formidable and nonetheless surprisingly ... Read More »

Better question, though even harder to answer

By Sharky, Computerworld | Jun 29, 2017 3:00 AM PT Read More »

Office 365: A beam to a updates

Office 365 subscribers always have a latest chronicle of Microsoft Office — now Office 2016. They also get some-more visit module updates than those who have purchased Office 2016 but a subscription, that means subscribers have entrance to a latest features, confidence rags and bug fixes. But it can be tough to keep lane of a changes in any refurbish ... Read More »

Purism aims to pull privacy-centric laptops, tablets and phones to market

A San Francisco-based start-up is formulating a line of Linux-based laptops and mobile inclination designed with hardware and program to guarantee user privacy. Purism this week announced ubiquitous accessibility of a 13-in. and 15-in. Librem laptops, which it says can strengthen users opposite a forms of cyberattacks that led to a new Intel AMT exploits and WannaCry ransomware attacks. The laptop ... Read More »

How to heal ‘corporate amnesia’ with believe government software

If usually HP knew what HP knows, we would be 3 times some-more productive.—Lew Platt, former CEO of Hewlett-Packard American enterprises are experiencing a “brain drain.” Not since people are withdrawal a country—the normal definition of a term—but since of pursuit turnover as employees retire or contracts end. And they’re holding their amassed believe with them. According to total from ... Read More »

Great R packages for information import, wrangling and visualization

By Sharon Machlis, Executive Editor, Online Data Analytics, Computerworld | Jun 23, 2017 9:12 AM PT Read More »

FAQ: Microsoft drafts new Windows Server ascent blueprint

Last week, Microsoft announced changes to how it will understanding out upgrades for Windows Server, a pierce prompted, one researcher said, by customers’ calls for a set recover report — usually as enterprises done a box for arguable Windows 10 and Office 365 recover dates. Microsoft, not surprisingly, couched it differently, with a manager job a preference required so businesses ... Read More »

Successful, redefined

By Sharky, Computerworld | Jun 19, 2017 3:00 AM PT Read More »

Buying Slack could give Amazon another craving toehold

Online sell hulk Amazon is apparently meddlesome in scooping adult partnership organisation Slack Technologies — a probability that could give Amazon a some-more approach entrance into a enterprise. “Bottom line: this could be a good pierce for Amazon in terms of upping their diversion in a craving partnership market, though a demon is in a sum of staying energy and ... Read More »

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