Mac vs. Windows. iOS vs. Android. Ever wonder the real numbers?

Do you ever wonder how many Mac users there are in the world? Or how many Windows users there really are? Here is a no-propaganda-driven view of our real-world. Check it out and let us know if any of these … Read More

Does Internet Explorer 9 Suit Your Needs?

Last week Microsoft unveiled the newest version of its web browser, Internet Explorer 9, to the anticipation of many, if only just to see if it was any different than IE8.  Microsoft claims to have placed an “all hands on … Read More

Windows 7 Adoption and the Software Engineer

If the numbers from Netmarketshare are accurate, Windows 7 currently holds only a 23% market share.  XP holds a 55% market share.  Stunningly, there are still people using Windows 98 (0.03%) and Windows NT (0.19%). The lack of Windows 7 … Read More

Controlling Technology Costs – Can you add others from your experiences?

Don Reisinger published a recent article on CIO Insight explaining how CIOs could help control technology costs. What others can you add to Don’s list? Say Goodbye to Outdated Legacy Products. One of the biggest mistakes CIOs make is that … Read More

10 Ways to Control Costs in the Tech Department

Don Reisinger published a recent article on CIO Insight explaining how CIOs could help control technology costs. What others can you add to Don’s list? Say Goodbye to Outdated Legacy Products. One of the biggest mistakes CIOs make is that … Read More

IE6 past its expiration date, says Microsoft

Guest blogger, Gregg Keizer, covers Microsoft, security issues, Apple, Web browsers and general technology breaking news for Computerworld. Follow Gregg on Twitter at @gkeizer or subscribe to Gregg’s RSS feed. His e-mail address is gkeizer@ix.netcom.com. Microsoft is urging users to … Read More