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IBM Patents Facebook Remote Control

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TOP STORY: IBM Patents Facebook Remote Control

MORE NEWS: Xen Hypervisor Goes For Full Virtualization

ANALYTIC REPORT: Meet The Challenges Of Government IT Initiatives

WHITEPAPER: Cover Your Assets with Desktop Managed Services

BLOG: Fickle Carriers Now Want Stimulus Funds

WEBCAST: Optimize Business Performance By Building A Smarter Enterprise

RESOURCES: InformationWeek Government Technology Leadership In Federal Government Survey


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 Tuesday, Sept. 1, 2009 

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QUOTE OF THE DAY...
"I am an optimist. It does not seem too much use being anything else."

-- 'Winston Churchill 

 

TODAY'S TOP STORY

IBM Patents Facebook Remote Control
Application envisions a system that would allow users to microblog while watching TV.

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Xen Hypervisor Goes For Full Virtualization

The Xen.org project will adopt much of the Citrix Systems virtual infrastructure and aims to supply a full virtualization environment.



Sprint Nabs Touch Pro 2

The business-centric smartphone has a large touch screen, full QWERTY keyboard, Wi-Fi, 3G, Bluetooth, a standard headphone jack, and customized software.



Snow Leopard Draws Mixed Reviews

Apple's newest OS praised by some for speed, knocked by others for lack of "killer features."



Virtualization Eases Support Of EMRs

A multi-specialty physician practice with 75 clinicians is running its e-medical records system as virtual applications via the cloud.



VA CIO Eyes 'Big' Changes, Challenges

A Department of Veterans Affairs inspector general report finds "systemic" problems in IT project management at the agency.



U.S. Open Warns Against Tweets

Players are banned from sending Twitter messages during matches of the Grand Slam tennis tournament.



Palm Pre Heads To Canada

Bell Mobility will offer the touch-screen smartphone for $199.95 with a three-year contract.



AMD Intros 40W Opteron Chip

The low-power, six-core processor is designed for use in cloud servers and data centers.




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Meet The Challenges Of Government IT Initiatives
With President Obama's recent appointment of a federal CIO and federal CTO, agency tech chiefs are under the gun to meet challenges in cyber security, green IT, business intelligence, the IPv6 transition and other initiatives. Will you meet be able to meet the demands?
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Bringing Mainframes Into the IT Mainstream
831 respondents to our InformationWeek Analytics Mainframes survey confirm that too many enterprises are running parallel IT operations, with big iron and distributed groups barely crossing paths, let along sharing expertise. CIOs need to get this schism under control, and soon.
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Cover Your Assets with Desktop Managed Services
Use these slides from the editors at bMighty.com, loaded with market information and industry best practices, to educate your senior management about the benefits an asset management solution can bring your organization. Download Now

5 Steps to Creating a Business Continuity Plan
A University of Texas study estimates that more than half of small and mid-size businesses (SMBs) that lose their data in a disaster go out of business within two years after that disaster. Make sure its not yours with this five-step plan for putting a business-continuity plan in place. Download Now

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Fickle Carriers Now Want Stimulus Funds
Posted By Michael Hickins
The unqualified success of the first part of the government's broadband stimulus effort is forcing broadband carriers to change their tune.

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iPhone The Most Popular Internet Device At Wireless Cafes
Posted by Eric Zeman
According to a new report from JiWire, more people use iPhones to connect to public Wi-Fi hotspots than any other device. Those users stay connected for over an hour, and mostly visit social networking sites.

USAirways And Barclays Send Creepy Credit-Card Message
Posted By Bob Evans
A couple of friends and I recently met for beers at Slattery's and I paid the bill with a USAirways MasterCard from Barclays Bank. So imagine my surprise a couple days later when I got an email message from USAirways bearing the subject line, "How was Slattery's Midtown Pub?"

Verizon Said To Be A No-Show At Motorola's Android Event
Posted By Eric Zeman
On September 10, during a keynote address at the GigaOm conference in San Francisco, Motorola CEO Sanjay Jha is expected to announce the company's first Android device(s). A Verizon representative has said that Verizon won't be attending and doesn't know what's being announced. This begs the question, which carrier is going to sell the to-be-announced device(s)?

The Foundation Of The Data Asset
Posted By George Crump
In my last entry we discussed Making Data an Asset. This entry will focus on where that data asset should be stored. What is needed is a strong storage foundation, one that is designed to last for years, if not decades, but also one that will store that data efficiently and of course be complimentary to the enterprise class indexing that we described in our last entry.

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Optimize Business Performance By Building A Smarter Enterprise
Attend a Webcast on optimizing business performance by building a smarter enterprise, featuring author James Surowiecki and IBM chief marketing officer Jon Iwata. It happens Sept. 16 11:00 AM PT / 2:00 PM ET. More Information & Registration

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Image Gallery: Which Browser And Why?
In the space of the last year, Firefox, IE, Safari, and Opera have been updated and Google's Chrome and Microsoft's Bing have joined the Web browser market. Is it time for you to make a change?
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