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Apps, the cloud and the end of Windows XP: these are some of the topics that touched a tech nerve with our readers in 2013. In case you missed any of these Best of 2013 articles—or want to re-read and re-comment on any of them—we've gathered the very best of Technology at Work 2013 here. We would like to thank all of our readers for taking the time to read Technology at Work and providing great feedback in 2013. And we look forward to bringing you more of the tech news you need in 2014.
5 apps for amazing productivity
Tablet computers seem to be everywhere these days, including the business world. Naturally, loads of business apps are emerging as well. Here is our list of top productivity enhancing apps based on ratings, reviews and, well, we just like using them.
The XP era draws to a close
You could say that updating business software is akin to changing your toothbrush after it's seen better days. Can you imagine running Windows 98 on your home PC? Then why would you fight tooth and nail, stubbornly looking into a variety of contingency plans and options to hold onto Windows XP? Yes, it's still as functional as an old pair of shoes and it's done your business well, but the fact of the matter is that its shelf life is nearing its expiration date.
Clearing up the cloud
By now, you've heard of The Cloud. You might know that it's a form of storage and services hosted online. But if you're still not using it, that means you're probably unaware of the benefits it can provide for your business.
Shared storage, simplified
Tight budget restraints and sheer data growth are making consolidation via server virtualization challenging. What small and medium-sized businesses need is a single, high-performance shared storage array capable of integrating into robust ecosystems.
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