CIOs: Eat Your Own Dog Food

The term "eating your own dog food" originated in a 1970s dog food commercial, but its use in the software business started with Microsoft in the late 1980s. The idea is that you use your own products that are in production internally. This real-world use by your own employees provides a feedback loop that allows you to improve the product for your customers. [...]

Life in the old dog yet?

As Windows XP reaches the end of its life, Hannah Breeze investigates why some organisations just will not - or cannot - let go of the 13-year-old operating system [...]

Keys to success for a last-minute XP migration

For many, time has run out. Microsoft's long-anticipated end-of-life for Windows XP has arrived and not everyone is ready for it. But for those who are still migrating, there is still time to learn from the mistakes of predecessors and take advantage of the efficiency benefits this transition offers. [...]

Keys to Success for a Last-Minute XP Migration

For many, time has run out. Microsoft's long-anticipated end-of-life for Windows XP has arrived and not everyone is ready for it. But for those who are still migrating, there is still time to learn from the mistakes of predecessors and take advantage of the efficiency benefits this transition offers. [...]

Keys to success for a last-minute XP migration

For many, time has run out. Microsoft's long-anticipated end-of-life for Windows XP has arrived and not everyone is ready for it. But for those who are still migrating, there is still time to learn from the mistakes of predecessors and take advantage of the efficiency benefits this transition offers. [...]

Windows XP Reaches the End of the Line

Today, for the first time, Windows XP users are in uncharted territory. As the company has repeatedly warned during the past year, it has officially ended support for the 12-year-old operating system. [...]