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iPad 2: 5 Things Apple Left Out
Apple's second-generation iPad mostly impresses, but Apple still managed to leave some key technologies out.
• Will iPad 2 Be Another Enterprise Afterthought?
• Image Gallery: iPad 2 Announcement
Intel 8-Core Xeon Processors Power SuperServer
A newer version of Super Micro Computer's server running Intel's forthcoming 10-core Xeons will be released later this year.
Global CIO: Why BMW Suddenly Loves Mobile Apps
You, too, should probably be thinking about tying your products to the mobile Internet, even if you think $100 million is a bit rich to throw at this opportunity.
Live Blog: Apple Announces iPad2
Apple's invitation to its announcement teased recipients with the number "2," causing many to anoint the next iPad the "iPad2." Nothing like a little cockiness to usher in a new product.
80% Of UC Projects Fail To Reach Potential
HP executive Arthur Filip, speaking at the Enterprise Connect conference, said only one in 10 Unified Communications projects is "truly transformational."
NASA Seeks High-Bandwidth Deep Space Communications
The agency's Space Technology Program issued new solicitations this week that seek a range of innovations, including a system for removing man-made debris in earth's orbit.
Google Removes Malicious Android Apps
More than 50 apps in the Android Market have been identified as malicious, prompting Google to take steps to remove them.
ADP To Acquire AdvancedMD
The human resources services firm will integrate AdvancedMD's practice management and electronic health record offerings for SMB medical practices into its Employer Services segment.
SAP Sales On-Demand Heads to Market
The secret sauce is tight integration to the entire Business ByDesign suite. That makes it possible to deliver the kind of deeply integrated CRM/ERP app that Salesforce has to partner to deliver.
Enterprise Connect: Microsoft Boasts Lync UC Successes
The software giant trots out early customers, including LA Fitness and Revlon, to demonstrate cost savings and productivity gains from replacing legacy PBX systems with its software-based Unified Communications server.