TODAY'S TOP STORY
Cisco Unveils Voice, Video, Social Networking Collaboration Platform
Cisco Quad integrates content management systems with voice,
video, and social networking into a single workspace for desktop,
iPhone, or iPad.
• Yahoo Broadens Social Networking Reach
• iPad Productivity Apps
• Google Refreshes Calendar, Docs, Wave
Analytics Gallery: 2010 State Of Storage Report
A sampling of exclusive InformationWeek Analytics research, as it
appears in "Breaking Point: 2010 State of Storage Report," our
deep-dive analysis into enterprise data and related storage
requirements, as seen through the eyes of real-world business
Android 2.2: Ready For Enterprise?
Google is touting its new mobile platform's business-friendly features, but licensing Microsoft's ActiveSync may not offer enough security to make Android ready to work in the enterprise.
Third-Party Android Tethering App Available
New beta Tether application lets Android smartphones share wireless data connections with laptops.
Starbucks Serves Up Free Wi-Fi
Coffee house also plans to bolster its digital presence through content partnerships with Yahoo and others.
SeaMicro Intros Server With 512 Atom Processors
The 10U rack-mount server uses 75% less power and space than comparable x86 volume servers, says the company.
First Impressions Of Nokia N8
InformationWeek was able to spend a few moments with Nokia's first Symbian^3 handset, the N8. Can it save Nokia?
Sophos Releases iPhone Security News App
Free application features quick, graphical look at the top viruses, spam, and malware in circulation.
AT&T To Prosecute iPad Hackers
Wireless carrier's chief privacy officer says server breach that exposed e-mail addresses won't be tolerated.
Beacon Program Director Clarifies 'Meaningful Use'
Health IT pros are advised to look beyond implementing new IT systems to focus on showing how those systems will improve healthcare delivery.
Senate Allocates $3.8 Million For Mine Safety IT
Emergency funding to update an IT system that processes mine safety violations is a response to the mining disaster that killed 29 in April.
InformationWeek's Government IT Leadership Forum Preview
By J. Nicholas Hoover
For many observers of Washington, D.C., the federal government is laser-focused on information technology in ways that it hasn't in the past, from open government to cybersecurity and project management to cloud computing. It's within that context that InformationWeek Government's first live event takes place tomorrow.
Loose Google Lips Can Sink Ships
By Dave Methvin
Security researchers at major companies are usually very responsible about disclosing vulnerabilities. Last week a Google researcher did something very irresponsible though, and it may affect security in your company.
Federal Agencies Shift Into Cloud Adoption
By John Foley
Technology leaders with the Department of Energy, the Defense Information Systems Agency, and GSA will outline their next steps in cloud computing on June 15 at InformationWeek's Government IT Leadership Forum in Washington, D.C. With new implementations of infrastructure as a service and software as a service, including hosted apps from Google and Microsoft, the feds appear to be shifting aggressively into full-scale adoption of the cloud services model.
Why Steve Jobs Hates Enterprise IT
By Chris Murphy
It's because buyers of enterprise IT are sometimes "confused."
Microsoft Paying For Porting iPhone Games
By Ed Hansberry
Microsoft has been throwing around cash lately to help bolster the application offerings for Windows Phone 7. Compared to Android and iPhone application stores. Windows Mobile's library is at best anemic. To make matters worse, everything has to be rewritten for WP7. Microsoft seems to be taking the "if you want things done right, do it yourself" approach to filling the library.
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