Network Computing is part of the Informa Tech Division of Informa PLC

This site is operated by a business or businesses owned by Informa PLC and all copyright resides with them. Informa PLC's registered office is 5 Howick Place, London SW1P 1WG. Registered in England and Wales. Number 8860726.

Can Itanium Survive March Of The Xeons? | HHS Pushes Private Sector


InformationWeek Daily: Issue Highlights
  
Manage Subscription  |  Contact Us

TOP STORY: HHS Pushes Private Sector To Fix Healthcare Problems

MORE NEWS: Intel: New Xeon Chip Won't Kill Itanium

ANALYTIC REPORT: Cybersecurity: Continuous Monitoring Action Plans

WHITEPAPER: The Time is Right to Transform the Data Center

SLIDESHOW: Firefox 4 Is Faster, Cleaner, More Secure

VIDEO: Sprint and HTC Go EVO 3D and EVO View Tablet

WEBCAST: Combining OLTP and Extreme Data Warehouse Performance

RESOURCES: InformationWeek Government IT Leadership Forum 2011

InformationWeek Daily
InformationWeek Daily  

Monday, April 11, 2011

 
QUOTE OF THE DAY...

Harmony with land is like harmony with a friend; you cannot cherish his right hand and chop off his left. -- Aldo Leopold

INFORMATIONWEEK.COM
  |  
NEWS
  |  
ANALYTIC REPORTS & WHITEPAPERS
  |  
BLOGS
  |  
WEBCASTS
  |  
RESOURCES


TODAY'S TOP STORY

HHS Pushes Private Sector To Fix Healthcare Problems


Federal health IT official says government's job is to lay the foundation for business innovations that will reduce waste and improve public health.

RELATED INSIGHTS

Guerra On Healthcare: Clinicians Work In Flawed System

HHS Proposes Accountable Care Organization Rules

ALSO SEE

Intel: New Xeon Chip Won't Kill Itanium


Chipmaker says Xeon and Itanium are on different upgrade cycles and will continue to leapfrog each other in performance.

RIM Starts PlayBook Hype Machine


Research In Motion's PlayBook hits stores next week. Executives defended the company's strategy and said RIM has the tools to battle the iPad and Android-based tablets.

House Rejects FCC Net Neutrality Rules

President Obama has threatened to veto legislation overturning the agency's ability to regulate broadband Internet traffic.

Make Peace In The BI-Versus-Excel Battle

Managers fear Microsoft Excel undermines business intelligence, but sometimes, it's the best solution in a fast-paced business environment. Here's how to support spreadsheets without sacrificing data integrity.

Life As Google's CIO

Ben Fried explains the unique experience of running Google’s corporate IT, from constant online software upgrades to a homegrown videoconferencing system.

Adobe Accelerates Release Cycle With CS 5.5

HTML 5 tools, subscription pricing, and an interim "point release" strategy are among the vendors attempts to remain relevant in an era of rapid software iteration.

The Second Leg Of The Social Business Stool

Few people may actually hold the title "community manager," but more people need to understand the discipline.

Exclusive: IBM Takes Half Step Toward BPM Integration

It's announcing a new platform to unify separate business process management products. But the biggest integration step has yet to be taken.

CIO Profiles: Sondra Barbour Of Lockheed Martin

CIOs must look at what is truly core to their function, Barbour advises. It's time for some tough decisions.

IT And Marketing: How Digital Media's Changing The Relationship

The pressure is on to show measurable results from campaigns. That should make IT and marketing teams closer partners than they are.

  Digital Issue  


DOWNLOAD INFORMATIONWEEK'S APRIL 4th DIGITAL ISSUE


It's 10:00. Do you know where your data is? Before you answer,
take a look at our intrusion timeline. It illustrates common but
costly errors in companies' risk management processes.

ALSO: Why didn't RSA use its own technology to prevent the attack
that exposed its SecurID customers?

Plus much more -- exclusively in Dark Reading's April Digital Issue!


DOWNLOAD NOW (Registration Required)

 


Click here to visit: Channelweb


ANALYTIC REPORTS & WHITEPAPERS

FEATURED REPORTS

Cybersecurity: Continuous Monitoring Action Plans

Federal agencies must transition from static cybersecurity defenses to automated, real-time monitoring and response. Here's how IT security teams can get started.

Download Now (Registration Required)

Featured Report

Networking In A Virtualized World

Virtualization is rapidly evolving into a core element of next-generation data centers. This expanded role places new strains on the network. This report explores the technical issues exposed by virtualized infrastructure and looks at standards, technologies, and best practices that can make your network ready to support virtualization.

Download Now (Registration Required)

Featured Report

MORE ANALYTICS

spacer spacer spacer
FEATURED WHITEPAPERS

The Time is Right to Transform the Data Center


What would you like your data center to look like a few years down the road?
If you're like most IT professionals, a few thoughts are probably popping into your head: Let it be flexible and efficient, let it take up less space and less power, and, please let it be easier to manage, expand and scale and not be such a hassle when we have to roll out new applications or respond to changing business needs.
Find out how you can get there.
Download Now

Auditing Software Acts Like A Server Security Camera


Discover software that acts like a security camera on your servers. It provides bulletproof video evidence of user sessions, significantly shortening investigation time. Every action performed by remote vendors, developers, sysadmins, business users or privileged users is recorded. Video recordings include mouse click, app usage and keystrokes. Each time a security event is unclear, simply replay the video, just as if you were looking over the user's shoulder.
Download Now

MORE WHITEPAPERS AT

  InformationWeek on Your iPad!  


INFORMATIONWEEK IS NOW ON YOUR iPAD!



It's easier than ever to get the business technology news and analysis you need with the InformationWeek Select iPad application, which provides a daily, easy-to-read compendium of stories hand selected by InformationWeek's editors.

Download the iPad app now so that you don't miss the latest reporting and insights from InformationWeek's award-winning editors!

 

MULTIMEDIA
SLIDESHOWS


Firefox 4 Is Faster, Cleaner, More Secure

The latest version of the open-source Mozilla Web browser has finally arrived and it is a welcome upgrade. Firefox 4 includes a revamped look and feel, faster performance, strong standards support, and enhanced privacy controls.   View Now

ALSO SEE

Top 15 Cloud Collaboration Apps

Healthcare IT Vendor Directory

MORE SLIDESHOWS

spacer spacer spacer
VIDEOS


Sprint and HTC Go EVO 3D and EVO View Tablet

Sprint announced its 21st and 22nd 4G devices: the HTC EVO 3D, a 4.3-inch, stereoscopic display phone with dual core 1.2 GHz processors; and the HTC EVO View, a 7-inch tablet with a 1.5 GHz processor. Both offer hot spots that support 8 devices.   Watch

ALSO WATCH

Samsung Announces Two Super Thin Galaxy Tablets

03.22.11 Is OTC Derivatives Reform In Jeopardy?

MORE VIDEOS

spacer


WEBCASTS

Combining OLTP and Extreme Data Warehouse Performance


This live webcast will discuss market trends that are driving new technological solutions for managing data warehouse growth.

It happens Thursday, April 14, 2011 -- Time: 9:00 AM PT / 12:00 PM ET

More Information & Registration



RESOURCES AND EVENTS


InformationWeek Government IT Leadership Forum 2011


Attend this 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 limited to government technology execs)



It happens May 5, 2011 in Washington, DC -- Register Today!

Take Our State of the IT Service Desk Survey


InformationWeek Analytics and HDI are conducting a survey to uncover the challenges faced by IT service organizations today and how IT services will be provided going forward. The survey will take approximately 10 minutes.

All who complete the survey and provide their contact information will be eligible to win an Apple 16GB iPad 2 valued at $499.



Survey Ends April 11

Download The Dodd-Frank Cheat Sheet


At nearly 1,000 pages long, the Dodd-Frank Wall Street Reform and Consumer Protection Act is dense, confusing and often boring. it's also the most important piece of financial regulation in decades.

That's why the InformationWeek Financial Services editors read the entire legislation for you.



Download Your Free Cheat Sheet Today



This e-mail was sent to %%email%%


InformationWeek Daily Newsletter
-- Published By InformationWeek
600 Community Drive
Manhasset, NY 11030

To subscribe to our other newsletters, change your e-mail
address or format (Text/HTML) or to unsubscribe, click here


Keep Getting This Newsletter
Don't let future editions of InformationWeek Daily go missing.
Take a moment to add the newsletter's address to your anti-spam white list:
[email protected]

If you're not sure how to do that, ask your administrator or ISP.
Or check your anti-spam utility's documentation.

We take your privacy very seriously. Please review our Privacy Statement.


GET MORE OUT OF INFORMATIONWEEK


Keep up with the latest news, insights and trends as InformationWeek reports them:
newsletters
Facebook
Twitter