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Where Does Oracle's Itanium Dump Leave You?
Companies running Oracle software on HP's big servers will have to make choices. Here are the well-known migrations paths, a few unheralded options, and possible unintended consequences.
• Itanium Dump Could Cost Oracle Billions
• Oracle's Itanium Dump Could Spark M&A Frenzy
Facebook Tools For Building Brands
HyperArts' Tim Ware is teaching businesses how to use reveal tabs, iFrames, and other development tools to lure fans and market companies.
Microsoft Collaboration Suite Gets Key FISMA Certification
Business Productivity Online Suite-Federal gets USDA security clearance, paving the way for the agency to move 120,000 employees to the cloud email service.
Tilera Readies 100-Core Processors For Cloud Data Centers
The startup's GX chips are designed to replace multiple processors, lowering system costs and energy consumption in large data centers.
AT&T, Verizon Report Strong iPhone Sales
Apple's smartphone bolstered sales at AT&T and Verizon Wireless, which both showed strong financial performance in their recent quarterly earnings.
CHIME Seeks Refinements In Stage 1 MU Compliance
Unreasonable expectations from ONC on Meaningful Use guidelines may discourage widespread adoption of EHRs.
Creating Functional Teams In A Cloudy, Virtualized World
CIOs need to help their staff understand that they're no longer infrastructure managers. They're service managers. We'll explore that topic at the InformationWeek Analytics Live track at Interop.
ARM Cortex-A15 Mobile Devices To Ship In 2012
Tablets and smartphones with the next generation ARM processors, which run at speeds up to 2.5GHz, are expected to begin shipping late next year.
YouTube Uploads Get WebM Treatment
To help wean the Web from H.264 video, YouTube has begun converting new uploads into the competing WebM format.
Seesmic Adds InboxQ's Twitter Question Finder
Also available for Firefox and Chrome, the InboxQ plug-in seeks out unanswered Twitter questions as potential sales leads.
NSA CIO Pursues Intelligence-Sharing Architecture
In an exclusive interview, Lonny Anderson discusses plans for a shared development environment for U.S. intelligence agencies, cloud computing, and tech modernization.
Military Software Developers Get Enhanced Social Network
Social media extension are added to the Forge.mil software collaboration tools to boost collaboration outside project boundaries.
Readers Urge Patience For RIM BlackBerry PlayBook
Despite some harsh criticism for the new tablet, most notably its controversial e-mail scheme, many readers are willing to be patient while Research In Motion irons out the wrinkles.