TODAY'S TOP STORY
Apple Plays It Safe With CDMA-Only iPhone
Verizon Wireless and Apple today announced a CDMA version of the iPhone 4. It is 3G only, no LTE 4G on board.
• Worst Kept Verizon iPhone Secret Revealed
• Verizon Exec: iPad To Have CDMA Radio, Too
57% Of SMBs Have No Disaster Recovery Plan
Symantec study finds that one in four of the small and midsize businesses surveyed don't view computer systems as critical to business.
Global CIO: The PC Is Dying: Long Live The iPad!
In April, Apple was expected to sell maybe 15 million iPads in 2011. Three months later, the number was 36 million. Today, do I hear 55 million?
Verizon iPhone 4: Unanswered Questions
Verizon and Apple have revealed a lot about the iPhone 4 for Verizon's network, but left plenty unsaid.
SSA Taps Lockheed For Disability System Overhaul
The contract, worth up to $200 million over six years, will consolidate 54 existing systems in an effort to speed the claims process.
Jaspersoft Enhances BI Web Application Integration
The UI framework in version 4 of the eponymous, open-source business intelligence suite allows for embedding BI into Web applications.
Verizon Exec: iPad To Have CDMA Radio, Too
Francis Shammo, chief financial officer of Verizon Communications, said today that Apple will soon make a version of the iPad with a CDMA radio installed.
WoW: Cataclysm Sales Spark Hiring Spree At Blizzard
To keep up with demand for its new MMORP, game developer is looking for artists, level designers, technical writers, and software engineers.
Google Hosts Online Science Contest
The Google Science Fair is open to full-time students between the ages of 13 and 18 with a computer and an Internet connection. Get ready for some serious global competition.
MySpace Slashes Staff By Half
Executives are said to be getting MySpace's financial house in order before News Corp. begins shopping the site to potential buyers.
White House Loses Open Government Leader
Deputy CTO Beth Noveck's departure marks the second high-ranking resignation from the Office of Science and Technology Policy in less than a month.
Is A Verizon iPhone In Your Future?
By Ed Hansberry
It is pretty much a done deal that Verizon will begin selling the iPhone soon, maybe in just a few weeks. Are you going to be standing in line to get one?
Security Doesn't Matter To Brands: A Counter Point
By George Hulme
A recent video blog entry made the assertion that security doesn't matter to a company's brand. The post was strong on opinion, light on facts. I say lax security and breaches do have an impact on brand. And I back up this assertion with a few data points.
Desktop Virtualization And Local Storage - Just Say No
By George Crump
There is an ongoing debate about what type of storage is best to use to support desktop virtualization solutions, especially in small to medium sized implementations. Storage is one of the most expensive parts of a desktop virtualization project and as a result anything you can do to drive cost out of the storage purchase is going to make desktop virtualization economics work better. This leads some to advocate local storage.
Cisco Unveils Compact Switches
By Paul Korzeniowski
Small and medium businesses often do not have the physical real estate needed to deploy enterprise class networking products. In response, Cisco shrunk the size of two of its popular switches, so they now fit in constrained environments.
New Features For Windows Phone 7
By Ed Hansberry
Everyone with a Windows Phone 7 device is expecting a pretty big update in the next few weeks that will add copy and paste among other things. Even more functionality is on the way, but not on the device itself. Rather, MS is adding more online and cloud support.
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