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Five apps to prep for Microsoft certification exams

If you're looking for a good way to get ready for your next Microsoft certification exam, these tools may give you the edge you need. Read more

Five Windows 7 gadgets worth sharing with your users

Gadgets offer a simple, friendly way to execute all sorts of tasks -- perfect for nontechnical users (and often handy for power users, too). Read more

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Windows consumer preview for business: More Qs than As

Something strange happened on the way to Mobile World Congress (MWC) in Barcelona today--Microsoft quietly posted an unusual document detailing features and a product version name that took enterprise by surprise. Read more

Mobile data congestion: Four ways to tackle the coming capacity crunch

There may be no single answer to the problem of congested mobile networks, but operators should at least be trying to do more with the available options. Read more

How to use a PowerShell Profile to simplify tasks

Derek Schauland shows you how to create a PowerShell Profile to store your frequently used functions and work more efficiently in Windows. Read more

Five crucial features missing from Google Docs and counting

There are definitely features missing from Google Docs. Some are small annoyances and some are just perplexing show-stoppers. Read more

10 questions non-techie managers should ask about IT projects

Business managers may lack the tech knowledge to make sure a project is on the right track. Here's what they should be asking IT to improve the odds of project success. Read more

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