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Between The Lines ColumnistIBM Unveils PureSystems Private Cloud Packages
By Paul McDougall
IBM has long pitched systems that configure, manage, and heal themselves, but its new PureSystems integrated hardware and software offerings update that strategy for the cloud model.

7 Ways IBM Will Make $7 Billion In Cloud
Microsoft, Accenture Wrap Azure Cloud Deal

4 Fixes Google Chrome OS Still Needs
The latest version of Chrome OS looks more like a desktop operating system than ever. Is this Google's way of admitting it was wrong to limit us to the Web?

SAP Launches Attack On Database, Mobile App Markets
Pricing the Hana in-memory database to sell and kicking in cash incentives for migrations, SAP vows it will become the fastest-growing database vendor.

Microsoft Blesses OnLive Windows-On-iPad: One Catch
Upstart service that brings virtual Windows desktop to iPad gets approval from Microsoft, at a price. It has swapped Windows 7 for Windows Server 2008, a change users say stinks.

Nokia Sells 12 Million Smartphones, But Lowers Outlook
Nokia revised its first-quarter guidance Wednesday. While its smartphone sales show hope, a software bug marred the Lumia 900's U.S. launch.

Wavii: New Kind Of News Gatherer
Wavii, a new breed of aggregator, gives you news feeds culled from across the Web, from sources far beyond Google News. It also understands your interests and summarizes results.

Dell, EdgeCast Shake Up Content Delivery Networks
With network operators preparing to enter the CDN field, Dell and EdgeCast team up to offer a faster, more efficient service.

Toshiba Overreaches With 13-Inch Tablet
Toshiba announced a trio of Android 4.0 tablets today, including one with a whopping 13.3-inch display. That's a lot of girth for a tablet.

The imaginations which people have of one another are the solid facts of society. -- Charles Horton Cooley


Dell, EdgeCast Shake Up Content Delivery Networks
Toshiba Overreaches With 13-Inch Tablet
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SANs: The Key to Maximizing Microsoft Exchange 2010
Microsoft Starts Windows XP Deathwatch
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Strategy: Development Labs in the Cloud
The options available for putting a lab in the cloud are increasing. We take a look at the costs, complexities and challenges involved in making a move to either a public or private cloud lab, and help you figure out how to get there.
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No one likes to think about a large meeting with multiple mobile devices bringing a WLAN to its knees, but we've seen it happen. Here's how to help your wired and wireless networks seamlessly support mobile and/or remote users--and not buckle under pressure.
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SANs: The Key to Maximizing Microsoft Exchange 2010
Microsoft Exchange is the world's most popular email system. Exchange 2010, the latest version, will represent 57 percent of all Exchange installations by 2014, according to the Radicati Group. Download this white paper to learn how to achieve the highest ROI, the most flexibility in planning and deployment, the greatest scalability and improved business agility from Exchange 2010 implementations.
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Gartner Strategic Road Map for Network Access Control
By 2016, 60% of large enterprises will implement limited access network zones to limit the connectivity of personally owned mobile devices. Long derided as an overhyped concept, network access control (NAC) has emerged as an important solution for mitigating the risks of consumerization. Learn how network and security managers will use NAC to retain control of the network in a Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) environment.
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Microsoft Starts Windows XP Deathwatch
Microsoft says enterprises still running the decade-old OS should move to Windows 7 and not wait for Windows 8.

HP Converged Cloud Plan Uses Hardened OpenStack
HP's new cloud services help enterprises implement an architecture internally now that will match up with an external cloud service provider later, paving a smoother road to future hybrid cloud operations.

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.

iPad Apps: 10 Hidden Gems
Apple's iTunes Store has more than 140,000 apps just for the iPad. You can't try all of them, of course, but here are 10 hidden gems worth the effort.

Windows 8 Vs. 10 Big OS Annoyances
Windows 8 aims to answer some longtime Microsoft OS gripes, from slow startup times to mediocre mobile tools.


10 Essential Android Apps For SMBs
No glitz, no glamour, just results: These 10 budget-friendly Android apps help SMB users simplify everyday tasks and power through to-do lists.   View Now

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