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How to download and install Microsoft Power BI Desktop

0SHARESShare Image: Microsoft News Power BI is Microsoft’s designated tool for creating and disseminating data visualizations and general business intelligence communications. The application can be accessed as a web service for free, but it is most often acquired as part of the Office 365 productivity suite. More about Big Data While the online version of Power BI does a fine ...

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Apple's remarkable China success lost in earnings translation

0SHARESShare Image: James Martin/CNET The one big blemish in Apple’s earnings was made in China. As reported in its Q2 earnings, Apple’s revenue in China dropped 14% year-over-year and 34% quarter-over-quarter. The big slip comes from the iPhone, which must compete with Chinese brands Oppo and Vivo, among others, leading one analyst to declare Apple has “hit a ceiling” in ...

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How to take advantage of the new Windows Defender Security Center

0SHARESShare Image: iStockphoto.com/PRImageFactory After all these years, Microsoft has finally released a version of Windows Defender with an updated user interface—and a longer name: Windows Defender Security Center. (If you don’t recall the old UI, check out my article Windows Defender: Past, present, and future .) Along with the new user interface, Windows Defender Security Center offers a host of ...

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4 pillars of Agile integration: Distributed environments, containers, APIs, and people

Image: iStock/Rawpixel Ltd A panel which convened at Red Hat Summit in Boston on May 3rd consisted of the following key personnel: Ken Johnson, senior director, Product Management.Steve Willmott, senior director and head of API infrastructure These executives engaged in a discussion with the audience regarding the Agile integration movement and how it relates to Red Hat endeavors. During the ...

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10 tips for mastering PowerPoint

Image: Microsoft With an estimated 500 million users worldwide, PowerPoint remains a key presentation tool in many enterprises, with Microsoft recently adding collaboration tools to further enhance its utility in the workplace. However, the platform includes many features that often fly under the radar, but can give your slide decks a boost. “We all know how easy it is to ...

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Video: A very early look at Google Fuchsia

0SHARESShare Video: A very early look at Google Fuchsia – TechRepublichttps://tr3.cbsistatic.com/fly/bundles/techrepubliccore/js/libs/html5shiv.js Video: A very early look at Google Fuchsia Related Most Recent 0SHARESShare Click here to Read from the source

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Google Fuchsia: A very, very early first look

0SHARESShare If you follow news related to Google or Android you’ve probably heard of Fuchsia: It’s the rumored mobile OS from Google that’s going to merge Android and ChromeOS into one new system. More about Mobility We’ve known for a long time that Google was ditching the Linux kernel of Android for Magenta, a “microkernel” they’ve built themselves. What we ...

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Beyond the fingerprint: IBM bolsters enterprise app security with behavioral biometrics

0SHARESShare Image: iStockphoto/NicoElNino IBM’s MobileFirst Platform Foundation users are gaining a new level of security: Biometric authentication. On Wednesday, the company announced a partnership with SecuredTouch, a behavioral biometrics provider, to add the technology as a primary authentication option for the platform. The MobileFirst Platform Foundation allows enterprises to develop, test, connect, run, and manage mobile applications either on premises ...

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How to quickly scan a document to your Dropbox account with Android

0SHARESShare Image: Jack Wallen For a while now, iOS devices have had the ability to scan files directly to their associated Dropbox cloud accounts. This means you could point your mobile device to a receipt, a file, a whiteboard, or whatever it is you need to get quickly scanned and uploaded and save it directly to your Dropbox account. The ...

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​Bye-bye files and folders: Is the file system about to be killed off by Google AI?

0SHARESShare For decades we’ve tidied computer files into folders, neatly organizing our digital lives so our documents and photos are close at hand. But could the busywork of rooting through files and folders be on its way out, destined to become a relic of computing, as unfamiliar to the average user as the command line and resolving IRQ conflicts? The ...

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