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  Tuesday, January 29, 2013
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Between The Lines Columnist BlackBerry 10 Has This CIO Singing Taylor Swift
By John McGreavy
My enterprise will give the new BlackBerry 10 and BES careful consideration, but it appears our RIM romance is over.

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Apple Adds 128-GB iPad Starting At $799
Apple says boosting storage capacity will make the iPad more useful for enterprises, educators and artists who work with large files.

Oracle Wants Cloud Cake And Hardware Wins
Oracle hopes infrastructure-as-a-service (IaaS) plan will help the company have its cake and eat it, too -- boosting Oracle hardware use and increasing cloud subscription revenue.

Java Security Work Remains, Bug Hunter Says
Proof-of-concept attack can be used to run arbitrary Java apps, despite Oracle's recent security fix.

HP Disputes Printer Security Vulnerabilities
Weaknesses in printer networking software could be used to bypass authentication, deny service and retrieve documents from any user, Spanish researcher says.

Video Surveillance Feeds Big Data
For tasks including security and retail optimization, video increasingly meets data analytics. It's one more pressure on enterprise storage needs.

Apple iOS 6.1 Expands LTE Support
Apple's mobile operating system update also allows Siri to accept spoken orders for movie tickets.

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"Even if you're on the right track, you'll get run over if you just sit there." -- Will Rogers

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Research: Apple Outlook Survey
It wasn't long ago that only IT pros in education and creative services supported Apple products on a large scale. Sure, other orgs might have a few Mac users tucked away, islands of quirkiness in an ocean of Windows corporate conformity, but they were largely on their own. Times have changed thanks to iPhones and iPads, but the question remains: Will Apple step up to become an enduring enterprise presence?
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Automation and orchestration are all the rage among IT architects these days. One of the best places to apply the technology is to disaster recovery. Most organizations still want a "go" button, but after that, timely recovery requires automation. Here's what you need to know to make it happen.
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9 Bandwidth Hogs: Reality Vs. Myth
Which user activities are actually eating up your bandwidth and clogging the network, and which can you ignore?

10 Best Android Apps Of 2012
Check out these 10 gems that stood out from the crowd of 700,000 Android apps.

BlackBerry Comeback: RIM Must Win Developer Support
Against odds, BlackBerry 10 is gaining hype and converting skeptics. To compete, though, it needs to attract developers. Does RIM have the app for that?

Anonymous Plays Games With U.S. Sites
Protesting over death of Internet activist Aaron Swartz, Anonymous defaces U.S. government websites to hide a free game of Asteroids.

Samsung Adds Multiwindow Mojo to Android
Multiwindow, multitasking features in Samsung's Android 4.1.2 update for the Galaxy Note 10.1 push Android's user interface into new territory, adding Windows-like capabilities that are sure to delight many users — and aggravate others.

 

SLIDESHOWS
7 Portals Powering Patient Engagement
Meaningful Use has put new strains on providers in terms of patient engagement, but these portals help ease the burden, says recent KLAS report.   View Now

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CES 2013: It's A Wrap!
While some claim CES has lost its luster and big name headliners over the years, the show refuses to be deemed irrelevant. With trends spanning healthcare, mobile and automotive, there was plenty to see.   Watch

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CES; the car show
Intel shows off eye tracking and gesture tech

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