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Google I/O: What Android Needs
By Eric Zeman
The Gingerbread and Honeycomb versions of Android need to be merged into a single, powerful mobile OS that will appeal to businesses, consumers, and developers alike.
• Android Dominates Now, Windows Mobile Will In 2015
• Microsoft Should Reveal WP7 Sales Figures
Global CIO: Why The Amazon Cloud Outage Is Irrelevant
Having lived with generations of products that promised to eliminate human error, I know this: They won't. Plan for failure.
Apple iOS Gets NoSQL System For Synchronizing Data
Mobile Couchbase beta is available to iPhone and iPad developers as a free download for mobile device applications.
Manage The Mayhem Of Mobile BI
Some business intelligence vendors rely on device-native mobile apps while others count on browser-based viewing of reports and dashboards. Here...
The Right Way To Get Employees To Collaborate
With Microsoft SharePoint, Lotus Connections, or any other platform, your approach is more important than the technology.
Review: RockMelt Browser Enhances Social Web Experience
Boosted Facebook, Twitter, and YouTube capabilities make the Web browser a good everyday app and an excellent choice for those who are heavy social media users.
CIO Profiles: Mark Schissel Of Herbalife
Don't do something that's "good for your career" if it really isn't a good fit for you, Herbalife's CIO advises.
Practical Analysis: Join The OpenFlow Show On Next-Gen Campus Networks
The OpenFlow standard from the Open Networking Foundation is one to watch.
BYOD Requires Mobile Device Management
To keep "BYOD" from translating to "bring your own disaster," IT needs MDM.
Security Moves Center Stage
Our 2011 Strategic Security Survey shows increased executive interest in security. We tell you what to do next.
InformationWeek Government IT Leadership Forum 2011
Government IT Leadership Forum (happening May 5th) is a 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. We will also be hosting an awards luncheon for the InformationWeek Government 50, featuring leading CIOs in local, state, and federal government.
(Registration is limited to government technology executives.)
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Don't Miss Interop Las Vegas
Get up to speed on IT innovations in cloud computing, virtualization, security, and more at Interop Las Vegas, May 8-12.