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  Monday, March 04, 2013
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Between The Lines Columnist Evernote Breach: What It Means To Enterprise IT
By Jonathan Feldman
Cloud naysayers will insist that this incident shows why we should never use the cloud. Give me a break.

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Microsoft March Madness: 5 Stories To Watch
Recent developments around Windows 8, Windows Blue, Windows Phone 8 and Microsoft Office deserve your attention.

Samsung Galaxy S IV Specs Begin To Leak
Samsung unveils teaser for March 14 Unpacked event where the new Galaxy S IV smartphone will be launched.

Sprint To Skip BlackBerry Z10
Sprint confirms it will only offer the BlackBerry Q10, which has a physical QWERTY keyboard.

10 Helpful Apps From Uncle Sam
Mobile apps created by federal agencies will help you track NASA missions, travel smoothly and even get tax advice. Check out our latest guide to apps from Uncle Sam.

Apple's $1 Billion Samsung Patent Verdict Cut By Judge
San Jose Judge Koh cites jury error, cuts decision against Samsung by $450 million and sets new trial date to determine damages.

H-1B Workers Not Best Or Brightest, Study Says
Skilled foreign worker programs are causing a U.S. brain drain, an Economic Policy Institute report says.

20 People Who Changed Tech: James Watt
In this first of a series on the great technical minds of history, Howard Anderson chronicles the enormous impact of the inventor of the steam engine.

QUOTE OF THE DAY
"Suspicion always haunts the guilty mind." -- William Shakespeare

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Research: 2013 Enterprise Social Networking Survey
Want our advice? Throw out your enterprise social network. Our survey says just 13% have meshed internal and external communications, and only 21% have seen significant reductions in email volumes. Meanwhile, 62% have yet to integrate any external social media into internal applications. Start fresh and think social technologies, not platform silos.
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Strategy: Heading Off Advanced Social Engineering Attacks
Social engineering attacks are getting increasingly sophisticated, but there's only so much the law and technology can do to protect your organization. In this Dark Reading report, we detail how a social engineering attack is developed and what IT professionals can do to prevent their users from being targets and victims.
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Strategy, 5 Keys To Painless Encryption
Encryption is frequently used as the primary method to keep data from being stolen or destroyed. This survey profiles the struggles most IT groups have when trying to manage encryption products. Simply put, the old adage that encryption is easy, key management is hard still holds. But we think the game is changing. If you feel stuck with hard decisions and are seeking guidance when it comes to encryption, read on.
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The Case For Better Software Configuration Management And Agile Processes
SCM systems play an important supporting role in audit - and compliance - related tasks, but many corporations are lacking in this area. Find out why SCM solutions are central to the success of software development, deployment and support, they are uniquely suited to help developers meet the challenges of audit, compliance and the move to agile development.
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Anonymous: 10 Things We've Learned In 2013
The Anonymous hacker group continues to seek equal measures of revenge, justice and reform -- preferably through chaotic means -- for perceived wrongdoings.

MWC 2013: Five Coolest Gadgets
Mobile World Congress drew some 72,000 people to Barcelona, Spain, to see the latest and greatest mobile devices. Take a closer look at five gadgets that stood out.

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

10 Great Android Apps For Tablets
What Android apps really shine on tablets? Take a look at a few of our favorites.

8 Key Changes In Microsoft SharePoint 2013
Microsoft's popular collaboration platform gets a significant revamp with SharePoint 2013. Here's what you gain.

 

SLIDESHOWS
10 Helpful Apps From Uncle Sam
Mobile apps created by federal agencies will help you track NASA missions, travel smoothly and even get tax advice. Check out our latest guide to apps from Uncle Sam.   View Now

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Bob Metcalfe Plans Ethernet's 40th
The 'Father of Ethernet' comes back to PARC, the scene of the crime, to talk about Ethernet's future -- including a 40th birthday bash in May.   Watch

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CES 2013: It's A Wrap!
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Has Anyone Ever Returned An Unused Software License?
In this Webcast (on Monday, March 18, 2013) an analyst from Frost and Sullivan will go over the results of a recently published white paper on this topic and Deloitte & Touche will discuss the benefits their customers have gained in automating their license management processes. More Information & Registration

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