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TOP STORY: RIM's BlackBerry Bridge To Nowhere

MORE NEWS: Review: BlackBerry PlayBook Not Ready For The Enterprise

ANALYTIC REPORT: Let The I/O Roll: 8 Steps To Maximize Performance

WHITEPAPER: Application Scanning - Find & Fix

SLIDESHOW: Top 10 Mobile Apps For Business Collaboration

VIDEO: Sprint and HTC Go EVO 3D and EVO View Tablet

BLOG: Keeping RAID Alive

WEBCAST: The Business Case for Standards-based Security

RESOURCES: Take Our IT Automation Survey -- You Could Win An iPod Touch


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InformationWeek Daily

 

Friday, April 20, 2011

 

QUOTE OF THE DAY...
As you walk down the fairway of life you must smell the roses, for you only get to play one round. -- Ben Hogan

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TODAY'S TOP STORY

RIM's BlackBerry Bridge To Nowhere
The PlayBook tablet, a few weeks late and a few key features short, isn't market-ready.

ALSO SEE

Review: BlackBerry PlayBook Not Ready For The Enterprise
RIM's PlayBook is a beautifully designed piece of technology, but lacks basic features available from every other tablet in the market.

Slideshow: RIM BlackBerry PlayBook Teardown
UBM TechInsights takes a look under the hood at yet another tablet. Inside RIM's new BlackBerry tablet is the TI OMAP 4 processor, a six-axis gyro and some other fun hardware goodies.

American Well Launches Telehealth For SMB Practices
For medical offices that lack IT muscle, Online Care for Providers offers two-way video, live chat, billing, and more.

Social Media Research May Expose Discrimination Claims
Hiring managers walk a fine line between vetting candidates online and putting themselves at risk for lawsuits from passed-over candidates, say employment law experts.

Why Your Attitude Stinks, And What To Do About It
Some IT pros are putting their profession on a path toward perpetual downsizing and outsourcing.

IPv4 Depletion Not Boosting IPv6 Adoption
Slow rate of adoption is caused by technical and design hurdles, lack of economic incentives, and a lack of IPv6 content, found Arbor Networks study.

iPhone 5 Expected In September
An Apple event in September is the expected launchpad for a new version of the iPhone with a faster processor, which would be a change from its usual upgrade pattern.

Microsoft Collaborating On Chronic Condition Management Systems
Customized systems, like the one EMC Consulting and Microsoft developed for Denver Health, help providers to better manage care for patients with chronic health problems.

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ANALYTIC REPORTS & WHITEPAPERS

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Let The I/O Roll: 8 Steps To Maximize Performance
Networks are the lifeblood of any data center, but effective updates aren't just about pushing more bits around. IT must also form a symbiotic ecosystem with virtual servers and shared storage -- the three legs of the virtualized, cloud-like Data Center 2.0 infrastructure. In this report, we'll also explore the latest tactics for maximizing I/O and taming cable and port sprawl.
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We provide guidelines for evaluating SaaS and the public cloud, including total cost of ownership, to help you choose the best cloud services for your company.
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Get this 12-page research report on how companies like yours address web application security threats, including: * Current practices in web application security * Market trends and adoption of enabling technologies * Analysis of users adopting the find and fix approach to application security Download Now

How To Virtualize Business-Critical Applications with Confidence
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SLIDESHOWS


Top 10 Mobile Apps For Business Collaboration
Collaboration is one of today's strongest business trends, fueled in part by advances in (and employees' experiences with) social media. These 10 mobile apps will keep the collaborative momentum going no matter where you are.   View Now


ALSO SEE

RIM BlackBerry PlayBook Teardown

Top 20 Enterprise Laser Printers

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VIDEOS


Sprint and HTC Go EVO 3D and EVO View Tablet
Sprint announced its 21st and 22nd 4G devices: the HTC EVO 3D, a 4.3-inch, stereoscopic display phone with dual core 1.2 GHz processors; and the HTC EVO View, a 7-inch tablet with a 1.5 GHz processor. Both offer hot spots that support 8 devices.   Watch

ALSO WATCH

Samsung Announces Two Super Thin Galaxy Tablets

03.22.11 Is OTC Derivatives Reform In Jeopardy?

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TODAY AT THE BLOG


FEATURED BLOG
Featured Blogger Keeping RAID Alive
By George Crump
When it comes to protecting data on disk, few technologies are more universal RAID; it faces challenges in the future data center, but is hardly alone in that.

ALSO SEE
Iranian Official Claims Siemens Partially Responsible For Stuxnet
By George Hulme
The Iranian military has accused German electronics and industrial engineering firm Siemens of taking part in the development of the Stuxnet worm.

WEBCASTS

The Business Case for Standards-based Security
Please join us for a webinar about the TNC network security architecture, open standards created by the Trusted Computing Group, and the products that have implemented those standards. Hear customers talk about how they're using products based on these standards to deliver stronger security at lower cost, integrating existing products and automating routine tasks.

It happens Tuesday, April 26, 2011 -- Time: 9:00 AM PT / 12:00 PM ET More Information & Registration

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Attend this day-long event where senior IT leaders in government come together to discuss how they're using technology to drive change in federal departments and agencies.

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At nearly 1,000 pages long, the Dodd-Frank Wall Street Reform and Consumer Protection Act is dense, confusing and often boring. it's also the most important piece of financial regulation in decades.

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