Friday, 24 May 2013

Office 2013 features that have changed or disappeared, understanding SDN, worst-case BYOD scenarios

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TechRepublic Member | May 24, 2013

10 things that are hard to find (or gone altogether) in Office 2013

Is Office 2013 hiding the tools and options you rely on? Here are some features that have been reshuffled -- or removed. Read more

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Deploying High-Density Pods in a Low-Density Data Center

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10 key questions about software-defined networking

Software-defined networking promises to deliver enormous benefits, from reduced costs to more efficient network operations. Here's why SDN belongs on your network roadmap. Read more

10 worst-case BYOD scenarios (and how to prevent them)

When it comes to BYOD, the best defense is a good offense. These proactive strategies will help you anticipate and avoid potential problems. Read more

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Amazon to develop 3D smartphones. Why?

Amazon has plans to develop 3D smartphones. Somebody please give me a reason why this is a good idea. Read more

Seven tips for using Google+ Community features

Here are seven tips Andy Wolber wishes he could have shared with Google+ Community members before they started using it. Read more

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