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Parallels Desktop 6 for Mac Enterprise Edition lets users run Windows-based business applications on their Macs while also providing IT managers with the ability to impose policy-compliant deployments of the software.
Google is telling IT executives to hold on, perhaps until later this year, as it prepares for for the rigors of business with its new Google+ social networking offering.
Western Digital announced Thursday that its My Book Studio line of external hard drives for the Mac will now come in an upgraded 3TB model that will retail for $250.
Oracle introduced an iPad app that will allow users to access their Oracle virtual desktops.
Apple's FAQ on its new Thunderbolt cable has a few interesting tidbits about the new connectivity technology.
The first Thunderbolt-based RAID array has finally arrived, and Macworld Lab has some test results for Promise's Pegasus R6 system. As expected, the R6 is pretty darn fast -- and not just by a few measly megabytes per second.
What do you do with those used but still useable hard drives? You can get a drive dock. Here are 11 drive docks for your consideration
American Express and Foursquare have launched a mobile payment plan that offers users discounts at selected national retailers.
If you're an IT manager worried about how Lion's Mac App Store-only distribution will affect your deployment, the company has posted a PDF to its Sales website detailing exactly how business and education customers can upgrade come July.
If you run a small business but hate managing its finances, chances are that this $99 package from Acclivity can help you--at least with the basics.
Carbonite's small business solutions charges a flat rate of $229 per year for 250GB of storage.
GPS maker Garmin has acquired Germany-based competitor Navigon for an undisclosed amount. The company will operate as a subsidiary of Garmin.
Nokia and Apple have settled their fierce patent battle, with both companies agreeing to drop all charges against the other in exchange for Apple paying royalties to license Nokia’s technologies.