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Android Beats Windows By 2016 | 10 CIOs: Decisions I'd Do Over

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Between The Lines Columnist 10 CIOs: Career Decisions I'd Do Over
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Listen and learn as leading CIOs share the decisions they'd do over, from misusing outsourcing to adopting tech too early.

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Shift from the desktop to mobile computing will cost Microsoft its top spot in the OS market by 2016, IDC predicts.

BlackBerry Just 5% Of Recent Smartphone Purchases
Shift from the desktop to mobile computing In the last three months, only 5% of U.S. smartphone buyers chose a RIM BlackBerry, says Nielsen.

SuccessFactors Jam: Sweeter Than Salesforce.com Chatter?
SAP's recently acquired cloud business extends a Chatter-like social networking platform to 15 million subscribers at no charge.

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Red Hat: First $1 Billion Open Source Company
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