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Windows Server 8: 10 features managers will love

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Windows Server 8: 10 features managers will love
Packing in tons of new features and improving many of the old ones, Microsoft has made Windows Server 8 a compelling platform for IT administrators. Read More


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Why I'm finally switching to the Mac
After 22 years of using Windows for work, InfoWorld's editor in chief is opting for a Mac instead. All it took was a long look at Windows 8 Consumer Preview. Read More

Three reasons programming languages succeed
Familiarity, a commitment to open source and a very specific niche -- all of these are factors that can boost a programming language's longevity. But there's one more factor to consider. Read More

Software patents are evil
Yahoo's action against Facebook reminds us why most open source developers hate software patents -- and what one community has done about them. Read More

Microsoft can afford to lose with Windows 8
The Windows 8 experiment may not give Microsoft a success anywhere near the scale of Windows 7, but that's not why the company created it. Microsoft did Windows 8 to shake up its own complacency about the desktop. Read More

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