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Application Development: Microsoft Refines Internet Explorer Platform Preview 2

Microsoft has released Internet Explorer 9 Platform Preview 2, available for developer download at the IE Test Drive site . This release builds on the initial platform preview more

Enterprise Applications: Top 10 Apps from the Google Apps Marketplace

Google March 9 launched its Google Apps Marketplace, essentially a Webstore for cloud computing applications that integrate with and augment Google Apps collaboration programs. Google says more than 1 million more

Enterprise Networking: MERU E(z)RF Service Assurance Monitors WLAN Performance

For a look at MERU E(z)RF Service in action, check out the slide gallery below, and make sure to read eWEEK Labs' full review.

Database: 8 Database Consolidation Strategy Tips for DBAs

Database sprawl costs money and not just in software licenses. It costs money in maintenance and hardware, and also hits businesses indirectly by impacting the performance of other applications. Through database consolidation, more

Windows & Interoperability: 10 Products Microsoft Should Fear

Microsoft is in a strange position. The company, which once dominated almost every facet of the IT industry, is now feeling pressure from Google, Apple and several other smaller firms, such as Zoho, that are quietly encroaching on its more

Government IT: 10 NASA Missions to the Moon, Mars and Beyond

While much of the focus on NASA lately has concerned the end of the space shuttle program, it's fascinating to look at the unmanned space missions that have taught us so much about the celestial bodies around us. Since the more

Application Development: 25 Reasons Why Perl Keeps Rising in the Enterprise

Perl is a high-level, general-purpose, interpreted, dynamic programming language. Perl was originally developed in 1987 as a general-purpose Unix scripting language to make report processing easier. However, more

Enterprise Mobility: 10 Things Apple Can Do to Score with Gamers

When Apple announced the iPhone, few could have imagined how successful it would become. At the time of its original launch, the device featured no native apps, lacked copy and paste, and generally failed to deliver all more

Enterprise Mobility: From Pilot and Pre to HP: The Rise and Fall of Palm

Palm, largely credited with making the PDA a must-have device for many business users during the 1990s, has made news several times during its long history—most recently on April 28, when Hewlett-Packard more

Enterprise Mobility: WiFi Upstarts, HD Video Conferencing Vendors Lead at Interop

Although many enterprise WiFi vendors skipped the Interop show, some big names raised the technology bar while upstarts joined the flock. High-definition video conferencing and other uses for that content continue to gain steam.
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