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10 Top Android Collaboration Apps | More Microsoft AV Woes

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InformationWeek Daily  
  Tuesday, October 4, 2011
Between The Lines ColumnistMicrosoft Still Mistaking Google Chrome For Zeus Malware
By Mathew J. Schwartz
Despite Microsoft's emergency Security Essentials update, some users saw continued trouble Monday with Chrome reinstalls.

HTC Preps Emergency Patch For Android Phones
Data Breach Response Plans: Yours Ready?

10 Great Android Apps For Collaboration
The best mobile apps are not just for iPhone and iPad anymore. These collaboration-minded apps help turn your Android smartphone or tablet into an essential business tool.

Fed Wireless Networks Need Tighter Security, NIST Says
Government standards body issues guidelines designed to reduce security vulnerabilities in WLANs.

Will Management Tool Make IT Want More Oracle?
Enterprise Manager 12c, announced at OpenWorld, lets IT use one console to manage Oracle products running in data center or cloud.

Apple Rejects Samsung Tablet Settlement Proposal
Apple continues to thwart Samsung's attempt to sell its tablet in Australia. The iPad and iPhone maker shot down a secret offer in court Tuesday.

Adobe Takes HTML5 To The Cloud
Catching up to the software industry shift toward cloud, Adobe announces new services and tablet apps for creative pros.

Symantec Upgrades Storage Management Products
New pricing model for Storage and Availability Management products lets IT departments pay based on usage.

He that will not apply new remedies must expect new evils; for time is the greatest innovator. -- Francis Bacon


Adobe Takes HTML5 To The Cloud
Symantec Upgrades Storage Management Products
Automation And Orchestration: Prepare For Successful Deployment
SaaS and Identity and Access Management: Top 8 Challenges Revealed
Amazon Kindle Fire: Visual Tour
Broken State of Backup
InformationWeek 2012 Data Center Convergence Survey

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SaaS and Identity and Access Management: Top 8 Challenges Revealed
Review the eight biggest identity and access management (IDM) challenges associated with adopting and deploying cloud and SaaS applications, and learn best practices for addressing each of them.
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Free and Open Source Software: 10 Tips to Lower Costs and Gain Control
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Amazon Kindle Fire: Visual Tour
Take a closer look at Amazon's $199 Kindle Fire tablet, as unveiled Wednesday by CEO Jeff Bezos. One clear goal: Steal millions of hearts--and dollars--from Apple.

Kindle Fire Teardown Shows Tablet A Loss Leader
Total cost of components in the Kindle Fire is $209.63, says iSuppli. Amazon is selling the tablet for $199.

iPhone 5: Top 5 Changes To Expect
Apple will reveal the iPhone 5 on October 4. Here are five improvements to expect--plus one more thing.

Will Tuesday Bring iPhone5-ageddon To Your Network?
Maybe, maybe not. But it still behooves IT to plan so that traffic bursts don't dent collaboration.

iOS 5 Voice Assistant To Be 'World Changing'
Voice Assistant feature in iOS 5 will use artificial intelligence and be a groundbreaking event, says co-founder of Siri, a company Apple bought in April 2010.



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Broken State of Backup
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It happens in Washington, D.C, on Oct. 25

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