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?Government-wide SAP deal expected to save IT coin

The enterprise technology firm will continue to provide the Australian government with products and services where appropriate, but under a new whole-of-government agreement expected to save IT procurement costs.

Atlassian beats Q1 expectations with revenue up 42 percent

The collaboration and productivity software company saw its subscription revenue grow 69 percent.

Facebook open sources concurrent programming debugger

One of the hardest tricks for any programmer to do is to master concurrent programming. Facebook's new tool, RacerD, goes a long way to helping developers spot concurrency errors.

Medical marijuana: How IT can spark the budding cannabis industry

This fast-growing but difficult-to-navigate vertical needs IT providers. But how many will cater to a $20 billion industry that the feds consider illegal?

Windows 10 productivity tips: Making everyday tasks easier

Ed Bott's extensive collection of Windows 10 tips, organized by category. This page includes the most popular tips for working smarter.

AppDynamics announces Business iQ updates, IoT and network visibility

The updates are all aimed at giving CIOs the tools to contribute more to strategic business decisions.

?Unisys extends multimillion-dollar Australian Border Protection contract

Under the contract extension, Unisys will continue to provide managed service desk and end-user computing services to the Department of Immigration and Border Protection through to June 2021.

With Surface Book 2, Microsoft shows off its vision of the PC's future

Microsoft claims its new Surface Book 2 devices pack more computational power than any competitor. Can these super-premium devices convince other PC makers to raise the bar as well?

Dropbox launches Showcase for exhibiting and tracking digital assets

The new feature was designed for contingent workers who need to display their work in a professional manner to gain business, while also measuring engagement with the content displayed.

?Linus Torvalds says targeted fuzzing is improving Linux security

Linux 4.14 release candidate five is out. "Go out and test," says Linus Torvalds.

Windows 10 Fall Creators Update: Microsoft showcases Fluent Design in new video

Microsoft offers a glimpse of how its new Fluent Design is evolving the Windows 10 experience.

Windows 10 setup and configuration tips: Don't settle for default settings

Ed Bott's extensive collection of Windows 10 tips, organized by category. This page includes the most popular tips for getting Windows 10 configured exactly the way you want it.

Are you experienced? Customer lessons from Comcast, American Girl, and Irish whiskey

The differences between customer engagement, customer experience, consumable experience, and brand experience can have significant impacts on your company's strategy. Paul Greenberg explains it all for you.

Microsoft's Windows 10 breaches data protection law, say Dutch regulator

Because of Microsoft's approach users lack control of their data, says privacy watchdog.

Facebook charts enterprise stack with @Workplace, Messenger and Oculus

Don't look now, but Facebook is following the lead of Amazon, Apple and Google as it cobbles together a strategy to target enterprises.

Make Google Chrome faster and better

Google Chrome is the most popular browser, and with good reason. But even Chrome can sometimes do with a spring-clean to keep it running optimally. Here are five tricks to help you speed up your browser.

Microsoft's mystery update arouses anger, suspicion among Windows 10 users

Microsoft's update servers are pushing out a new Photos Add-on app, with no explanation of what it does. Windows 10 users aren't taking it well.

Akamai acquires Nominum to beef up security wares, aims to court telecom carriers

The addition of Nominum gives Akamai a carrier customer base and new tools for its security lineup.

?Microsoft just ended support for Office 2007 and Outlook 2007

It's time to move off Office 2007 and Outlook 2007, says Microsoft, as it ends support for these and a number of older packages.

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