With the M86 Secure Web Gateway v10.0 in place, government networks are locked down tight.
The Getac B300 has a surprising number of features not found in all rugged laptops these days, such as lots of external ports and a fully functional DVD drive.
WinMagic's encryption software is easy to use and extraordinarily powerful -- making it well suited to protecting a large agency that has plenty of mobile employees.
The HeatShift Laptop Cooler from ThermaPAK uses a novel method to keep your laptop PC from overheating.
The Lenovo Multimedia Remote with Keyboard is perfect for PowerPoint warriors and those on the go who still want full keyboard and mouse functionality.
The Wilson Sleek boosts cellular signals to make it easier to stay connected outside of metropolitan areas.
With the Skyfire app, Flash content is converted in the cloud into HTML 5, which lets users view some, though not all, videos on iPhones and iPads.
The Droid X could break users of the need for a physical keyboard, and has a lot of other innovative features to boot.
Analog speakers can still rock — the wood-framed Genius speakers go head-to-head with expensive, high-end models.
The GCN Lab picks the best of the best from the products it reviewed this year. Any of these superstar products will serve well in the office, and do it better than other products in its class.
Although it still requires some training, the AutoCAD LT 2011 makes it comparatively easy to design a large project, such as a new office, in a professional way.
The NB30 might not be Mil-Spec rugged, but it takes toughness among netbooks to a new level.
This log maintenance appliance from LogRhythm can save network administrators hours of going through system logs.
WordPerfect Office X5 is focusing on how interoperability with the Web can improve workflow.
Office productivity suites are beginning to resemble unified communication and collaboration tools, the GCN Lab discovers in its review of five new suites.