Banks Struggle To Get ATMs Off Windows XP
Most ATMS still run on Windows XP, according to one industry estimate. With less than nine months until Microsoft stops supporting the OS, a credit union exec explains why upgrading is so painful for financial institutions.
Time For Plan B At Intel
Windows 8's poor reception has opened a wider door for competitive platforms. Microsoft's partner in the Wintel hegemony should invest in an alternative.
Don't Give Up On The PC
The factors hurting the PC market now may not be Intel's fault, but they are Intel's problem. Fix them and we'll talk.
IBM's Future Growth: Details Shrouded
IBM second-quarter earnings rise but revenues slide, raising questions about where IBM will find next waves of growth. Some cloud, big data and Watson numbers stay hidden.
Desktop PCs: Do They Have A Future?
Gartner says PC sales have declined for the fifth consecutive quarter in Q2. But the market could turn around faster than many think, says one IT services firm.
Microsoft Preaches XP Conversion
Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer is eagerly charging toward a "devices and services" future. First, he'll have to take care of more than 160 million users who are stuck on Windows XP.
6 Office 365 Power Tips
Cloud services require reliable connections, visibility and other crucial factors for success. Use these tools to improve your Office 365 experience.
Windows 8 Store Hits 100,000 Apps
Microsoft reached the 100,000 apps mark much faster than its iOS and Android equivalents. But the milestone is still only a qualified victory.