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Between The Lines Columnist New iPad: Simply Better, But Not Must-Have
By Fritz Nelson
If you can help it (and many of you can't), don't even look at the new one--just save $100 and get the iPad 2. You won't even know you're missing out.

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Apple Sells 3 Million iPads: What It Means
New iPad Teardown: Inside Apple's Tablet

4 Rules For Managing Millenials In IT
Some IT leaders consider young IT workers to be high maintenance. Are they really fussy, or are you not paying attention to what makes them tick?

Electronic Devices, Takeoff Might Get Along: FAA
FAA will reconsider letting airline passengers use some electronics during taxi, take-off, and landing. But don't pull out your smartphone just yet.

6 Ways Best Buy's New President Defines Next-Gen IT
Former Starbucks CIO Stephen Gillett shows where IT leadership is headed--closer to the customer than ever.

Windows 8 To Ship In October, Report Says
Microsoft’s radically redesigned operating system would be available in time for 2012 PC and tablet holiday shopping season.

Inside Red Cross Social Media Command Center
New Digital Operations Center will help the American Red Cross respond better to disasters. Dell's social command center served as the model.

Microsoft: We're Investing In Enterprise Social
Armed with survey results and a belief that the 'turmoil' of the social software market is over, Microsoft says it's time to round out SharePoint and other products as an enterprise social platform.

Mozilla CTO Declares Video War Lost
Brendan Eich says Firefox must play H.264 video to be relevant in the browser market.

QUOTE OF THE DAY
Humor is an affirmation of dignity, a declaration of man's superiority to all that befalls him. -- Romain Gary

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"Something I think needs to be asked here is. 'Why did Mr. Whittaker leave Microsoft before going to Google?' Doesn't Microsoft also have a revenue stream based on on-line advertising? Of course they do."
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"ipad 2 was released in only three countries during its first weekend. New ipad was released in ten. You cannot simply look at the numbers and say [it] had a record breaking weekend."
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Research: Cloud ROI
A majority of the respondents to our survey are using cloud, but few are highly likely to comprehensively evaluate ROI for the life span of a project. Will runaway costs end up public enemy No. 1 as providers jack up prices and elasticity demand bounces back to bite us?
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Lifting the Fog on the Cloud
Cloud adoption is the answer to many challenges associated with traditional IT landscape. By leveraging cloud’s on demand infrastructure, services and applications, businesses can focus on their core competencies and leave IT to the experts. This paper explains how to take the right approach to maximize business value from the cloud.
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Seeding the Cloud: How to Chose the Right Model
The business benefits of cloud computing are clear, but for many IT decision makers, the path to cloud implementation is not. Choosing the right cloud provider with expertise in the cloud model and solutions you need based on proven technology is key to achieving the increased business agility and flexibility, reduced capital and operating expenses and improved business continuity that is the promise of cloud computing.
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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.

Microsoft Slams Windows Exploit Code Disclosure
Leaked proof-of-concept exploit code would give attackers remote-control access to an unpatched Windows PC.

10 iPad Problems, Solved
Don't let iPad annoyances drive you crazy or steal your time. We've chased down solutions to vexing iPad problems.

New iPad And Enterprise IT: Exclusive Research
Business technology managers are showing greater interest in Apple's new iPad, but they continue to have reservations, an InformationWeek survey finds.

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

 


SLIDESHOWS
Inside Red Cross Social Media Command Center
New Digital Operations Center will help the American Red Cross respond better to disasters. Dell's social command center served as the model.   View Now

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New iPad Teardown: Inside Apple's Tablet
6 Social Sites Sitting On The Cutting Edge

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VIDEOS
Social Media Lessons From The Rush Imbroglio
Whichever side of the political fence you reside, the real-time reaction to the Rush Limbaugh controversy has lessons for B2B marketing. Eric Lundquist and CMO Allen Bonde analyze what real time social networks mean for today's marketing strategies.   Watch

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The Cloud is Real: Are You Ready?
Join our discussion with AMD and HP as they address and tackle some of the very questions IT decision makers and technologist grapple with as they look to the cloud computing frontier. It happens Tuesday, March 27, 2012. More Information & Registration

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RESOURCES AND EVENTS
InformationWeek 500 2012: Call For Nominations!
We've started accepting nominations for this year's InformationWeek 500 -- our 24th annual ranking of the nation's very best business technology innovators. Orgs with $250 million or more in revenue may apply now!
Deadline is April 27 -- Don't Miss It!

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InformationWeek is conducting a survey on the state of private cloud use in the enterprise. Upon completion of our survey, you will be eligible to enter a drawing to receive an 32-GB Apple iPod Touch. Additionally, you will receive a discount code good for 25% off Flex and Conference passes to Interop Las Vegas 2012, to be held at the Mandalay Bay, May 6-10.
Survey ends March 23

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