Why XFCE beats KDE and GNOMEBy Matt Hartley
| Applications Article Published on March 03, 2014
XFCE provides a better user experience, offering a stable and easily understood desktop environment.
Fear of Big DataBy Jeff Vance
| Applications Article Published on February 28, 2014
No one likes being told they’re wrong, but in the Big Data age, we better start getting used to it.
Is There a Big Data Bubble?By Jeff Vance
| Applications Article Published on February 25, 2014
The hype and new investment dollars flowing toward Big Data are both vast. Will it live up to the anticipation?
How to Avoid Breaking UbuntuBy Matt Hartley
| Applications Article Published on February 24, 2014
Ubuntu, like any Linux distro, isn't infallible, but these tips will better secure your desktop.
35 Android Apps to Help You Stay Up to DateBy Pam Baker
| Applications Article Published on February 20, 2014
Android apps to keep you in touch and well informed, from news and weather to sports and events and entertainment.
Life without a Windows DesktopBy Matt Hartley
| Applications Article Published on February 17, 2014
A Linux user talks about assembling an open source desktop with complete functionality.
Which Software Version Should We Use?By Scott Alan Miller
| Applications Article Published on February 11, 2014
To upgrade or not, that is the question. As the end of support for Windows XP draws near, the question gains fresh significance.
How Twitter Will Grow in 2014By Sean Michael Kerner
| Applications Article Published on February 06, 2014
Twitter makes its first financial report as a public company as it plots a path forward to build a better Twitter.
The Software Defined Data Center Emerges (Slowly)By Jeff Vance
| Applications Article Published on February 03, 2014
A variety of IT trends are fueling the software defined data center, yet SDDC still lacks a central driver to propel it into the mainstream.
100 Open Source Apps To Replace Everyday SoftwareBy Cynthia Harvey
| Applications Article Published on January 21, 2014
For home users, small businesses or enterprises, these popular open source applications can help with day-to-day computing tasks.
Big Data: Understanding Customer CentricityBy Larry Marion
| Applications Article Published on January 14, 2014
Combining data from ERP, CRM and other systems in real time is the next challenge and opportunity for IT.
Crowdfunding and Open SourceBy Bruce Byfield
| Applications Article Published on January 07, 2014
A successful crowdfunding campaign for an open source project may be more difficult than you expect.
The Ultimate Guide to Open Source SoftwareBy Cynthia Harvey
| Applications Article Published on December 17, 2013
The best open source downloads available for home users, enterprises, small business and other organizations.