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  Thursday, March 22, 2012
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8 Things Tablets Still Can't Do
By Jeff Bertolucci
Have we really entered a post-PC world? The new Apple iPad and its tablet rivals still come up short on a few important measures.

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270,000 More IT Jobs Headed Offshore
Offshore outsourcing will continue at brisk pace for next four years, then ease up as automation replaces offshoring as a way for companies to save money, a new study says.

5 Ways To Land A Hot Programming Job
As more and more large enterprises outsource their IT jobs, here's how you can jostle for a programming position at a killer startup.

When Hackers Want Much More Than Money
Insider attack data breaches are down in 2011, but hacktivist attacks, with motives beyond money, are up, reports Verizon 2012 Data Breach Investigations Report.

Apple TV, Google TV Reliability Worse Than Rivals
Apple and Google generate more complaints with their TV boxes than scrappy consumer electronics start-ups like Boxee and Roku do, says help site FixYa.

How To Navigate Intersection Of MDM, Cloud Email
As mobile workforces meet cloud software, IT leaders may get confused about where to go with mobile device management tools.

6 Pros And 3 Cons Of Microsoft's Cloud Strategy
Options to deploy CRM and ERP in the cloud or on-premises deserves praise, but will Microsoft move fast enough and give Apple and Android platforms sufficient support?

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"In prosperity, our friends know us; in adversity, we know our friends" -- John Churton Collins

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"Tablets, in my opinion, are an extension of a PC, making these points moot. People will always have some type of laptop or PC."
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Size, frequency and complexity of distributed denial of service (DDoS) attacks are all on the rise, making data center security and availability a top concern for most enterprises. IT security managers have the difficult task of assessing the threat landscape and allocating limited funds to minimize their exposure to DDoS attacks. This paper offers guidelines for setting security budget priorities, based on risk and consequences of an attack on your business operations.
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Why The iPad 3 Regressed In Battery Life
Apple's new iPad is pushing technology boundaries to the limit with its ultra high-resolution screen. The result is some uncomfortable trade-offs in heat and power consumption.

New iPad Teardown: Inside Apple's Tablet
The new iPad isn't just beautiful on the outside. Check out the inside view of how Apple made this tablet's power and design click.

6 Pros And 3 Cons Of Microsoft's Cloud Strategy
Options to deploy CRM and ERP in the cloud or on-premises deserve praise, but will Microsoft move fast enough and give Apple and Android platforms sufficient support?

Why Hadoop Crowd Is Hearing Much About Hortonworks
Hadoop super-influencer Hortonworks stacks up big data deals with Microsoft, Teradata, and Talend.

How One SMB Went Green With iPads
West Paw Design discovered that Apple's tablets let the pet supply company save money, improve productivity, and reduce its environmental impact.


 

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March Madness And Social Networking
March Madness and pro sports hold many lessons for social network marketing. In this exclusive interview Eric Lundquist interviews sports broadcaster Butch Stearns on what social network marketing can learn from how sports teams social network   Watch

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