With options ranging from Boot Camp to Parallels to VirtualBox and others, the big question is which one makes it easy to manage Windows-running Macs within your enterprise IT infrastructure.
Stories by Richard Hoffman
Going overseas with your Windows laptop? Make sure corporate data is secure when crossing the border.
When you’re going overseas with your Android hardware, make sure corporate data is secure when crossing the border.
Getting stopped at the border while traveling and having authorities go through your iPhone, tablet or laptop is no longer the stuff of spy novels. it happens. Here's how to safeguard your data.
Samsung's big patent fight loss to Apple could have far-reaching consequences for smartphone makers, especially those that have adopted many of the gesture-based elements users now expect, says Richard Hoffman.
Apple's new top-of-the-line 15-in. MacBook Pro, with its ground-breaking Retina display, is drool-worthy, says columnist Richard Hoffman. But it comes with a cost: There are no user-replaceable parts whatsoever.
Among the biggest news stories at this week's JavaOne conference was Sun Microsystems's long-awaited announcement that it will be releasing the industry-standard Java programming language under an open-source license. Java expert Richard Hoffman put together this list of answers to frequently asked questions covering some of the basic history behind this decision, what it means and why you should care.