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Windows & Interoperability: What Microsoft Should Do in 2009

Rather than make predictions about what Microsoft might do next year, we take the bolder approach of giving unsolicited advice, whether or not it's wanted. The list of recommendations is in order of importance, from least to most, from 10 to 1. For those people wanting even more, there is a fuller list at Microsoft Watch.

Application Development: Top 10 Application Development Products for 2008

Darryl Taft lists the top 10 application development products for 2008.

Enterprise Mobility: Apple Harvests Biggest Crop in a Decade

For 2009, Wall Street is nervous that the global economic crisis will invade the Apple orchard and kill the crop. But 2008 brought a bountiful harvest, the biggest since Steve Jobs returned to Apple in late 1996. We pick the three most important events from each month. For a fuller chronology, please visit Apple Watch.

Virtualization Technology: eWEEK Labs Walk-Through: Sun xVM VirtualBox 2.1

Sun Microsystems' xVM VirtualBox 2.1 is commercial-grade, no-cost, open-source desktop virtualization software that rivals VMware Workstation. The latest version includes support for hardware virtualization (Intel VT-x and AMD-V) on Mac OS X hosts, among other enhancements.

Enterprise Mobility: eWEEK Labs Walk-Through: Bandspeed AirMaestro

Designed for small businesses looking for a flexible and affordable wireless LAN system, Bandspeed's AirMaestro gives administrators centralized control over all access points in a WLAN without requiring a centralized more

Windows & Interoperability: Recession Doesn't Rain on Microsoft's Parade in 2008

The global economic crisis may darken 2009 skies, but it was all sunshine and cloud computing for Microsoft this year. We pick the three most important events from each month. For a fuller chronology for each month, please visit Microsoft Watch.

IT Security & Network Security News & Reviews: Enterprise Security in the Year 2008

The economy may have slowed, but the security needs of businesses did not. From Symantec to McAfee to Sophos, security vendors have not been shy about putting new products out on the market to help companies fight malware, data breaches and more

Data Storage: Super 7 Storage Technologies--and How They Could Backfire

Following are seven storage technologies you must have on your radar, why they're important and how they could backfire. by Dave Greenfield

Indexing & Search Engine: Emerging Technologies of 2008

When it comes to emerging technologies, 2008 was a very good year. Here's a look back at some of the new products and technologies of 2008 that proved to be innovative and exciting.

Desktops and Notebooks: First Look: Lenovo ThinkPad W700ds Mobile Workstation Laptop

At the CES expo in January, Lenovo will roll out its latest workstation laptop. The ThinkPad W700ds mobile workstation offers a unique configuration that supports two displays. In addition to the 17-inch more
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