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  Wednesday, January 23, 2013
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Between The Lines Columnist Cisco's Private Cloud: Pain And Profit
By Charles Babcock
Cisco's four-year effort to reduce costs and increase agility through a private cloud deployment pays off.

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Secret CIO: 5 Steps To That CIO Title
I advise a frustrated reader on how to win the CIO title he wants and deserves.

RIM Launches BlackBerry Enterprise Service 10
RIM's new mobility management platform will help companies manage BlackBerry 10 devices, as well as those powered by iOS and Android, in an effort to regain relevance in the BYOD market.

Doctors Take Dim View Of Users' Online Ratings
Doctors question small sample sizes and what ratings measure, but many peek at their own report cards anyway.

Microsoft Might Invest In Dell Buyout
Microsoft is considering investing $1 billion to $3 billion to help Michael Dell take his company private, according to a report issued Tuesday.

Storage Gets Exciting -- Really
We saw a big uptick in the use of Ethernet, SSDs and virtualization last year. Expect that trend to continue in 2013.

DARPA Takes Aim At Space Junk
Defense research agency seeks partners to help it repair and reuse retired satellites.

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In the wake of a zero-day vulnerability being exploited by multiple active attacks, IT teams wait for Oracle to respond. Again. Here's how to keep your systems safe, but meanwhile, start considering: Does Java's popularity as an attack vector vs. its diminishing functionality make permanently disabling plug-ins a smart idea?
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Java Hacker Uncovers Two Flaws In Latest Update
Expert Java bug hunter says Oracle's latest Java 7 update, released last week, has two sandbox-bypass bugs.

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

DARPA Takes Aim At Space Junk
Defense research agency seeks partners to help it repair and reuse retired satellites.

SoftRAM in 95 - Memory Optimizer in 2013
A new Windows 8 program claims to "optimize memory," implying a performance boost, but what it actually does - flushing the disk cache - is likely to degrade performance significantly. It evokes the memory of the greatest Windows utility scam of all time.

Mozilla Reveals Firefox OS Developer Preview Phone
Developers invited to hacking events later this month to encourage app creation for open source mobile OS.




 

SLIDESHOWS
New England Patriots' Winning Technology Plan
IT pros from Boston's professional teams -- the Patriots, Celtics, Bruins and Red Sox -- met at Gillette Stadium to talk tech, the future of live sports, and how to deliver real-time, high-definition video to a crowd of 70,000.   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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