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Thursday, July 8, 2010


"Research your idea. See if there's a demand. A lot of people have great ideas, but they don't know if there's a need for it. You also have to research your competition." --Magic Johnson



EMC To Buy Data Warehousing Vendor Greenplum

The analytic database software developer, with expertise in the massively parallel arena, will give the storage giant a boost in big-data computing.


Slideshow: 11 Leading Data Warehousing Appliances

BI: Standardize Vs. Diversify

Slideshow: SAP Unveils Integrated BI Strategy Roadmap


Mozilla Releases Firefox 4 Beta 1

An early version of the next major version of Firefox shows significant promise as well as work left undone.

iPhone 4 Users Petition For Antenna Fix

Apple customers say company's response to signal quality issues does not go far enough.

White House Seeks Nanotechnology Ideas

The OSTP has released an official RFI soliciting submissions for 2010 National Nanotechnology Initiative agenda.

Oracle Announces Long Awaited BI Upgrade

OBIEE 11g integrates relational and OLAP analysis, clarifies product roadmap and adds controls to take action on business intelligence.

Borders Opens eBook Store

Android and BlackBerry e-reader apps released by the bookstore add two more electronic reader options for the 1.5 million titles available from the Kobo-powered online store.

Healthcare Imaging Systems Pervasive

Only 15% of hospital picture archiving and communications systems buyers are purchasing the systems for the first time; most are replacing or upgrading older models.

BES 5.0.2 Aims To Separate Professional From Personal

New features in Research In Motion's BlackBerry Enterprise Server 5.0.2 make it easier for businesses to draw the line between corporate data and personal data.

Loopt Launches Location History

Users can access mobile location data from the prior 30 days as a downloadable Keyhole Markup Language file.

Healthcare Meaningful Use Criteria In Final Review

The Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services has sent its final meaningful use rules to the Office of Management and Budget for review, the last step before publishing the regulations.



More than a dozen of Uncle Sam's CIOs and CTOs shared their strategies on IT security, project performance, delivering new services, and other priorities at the InformationWeek Government IT Leadership Forum.

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Federal CIO Strategies

From NASA to the CIA, CIOs are coming up with innovative approaches to long-standing challenges. Download the latest all-digital issue of InformationWeek Government for that story and more, including: How the FBI is handling an open, more secure strategy; a profile of HUD's silo buster, Jerry Williams; and InformationWeek editor in chief Rob Preston on fiscal discipline in the public sector. (Free registration required.)

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Chief Of The Year: Federal CIO Vivek Kundra

Kundra is driving change in the U.S. government's far-reaching IT operations. His priorities include exposing government data sets, cloud computing, IT project management, cybersecurity, and engaging the public over the Web. Here's his plan for executing on those goals and the many challenges ahead.

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Enterprise Cloud Computing - LIVE Panel Today

Here's your chance to get the real scoop on enterprise cloud computing - and walk away with a free, stylish E2 t-shirt! At 3:00 p.m. EDT this Thursday, July 8, editor Fredric Paul will host a streaming audio (Internet radio) show that helps you penetrate the cloud conundrum with the help of a panel of enterprise experts.
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Slideshow: Disney Cancer Center Offers High Tech Care

The latest medical technologies, health IT, and other innovations to provide care and comfort to cancer patients are deployed at the Roy and Patricia Disney Family Cancer Center.   View Now


Slideshow: 12 Worst Government Websites

Slideshow: Note Taker HD Puts The "Pad" in iPad


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Part 3: A Gentle Introduction to Parallel Programming

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The Path to Personalized Healthcare

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Now in its 19th year, the InformationWeek 500 Conference is our annual gathering of more than 250 of the top CIOs and IT executives in the industry -- really across every industry, from retail to manufacturing to government to financial services to healthcare, and more. They will meet September 12-15, 2010, for two and a half days of inspiring sessions, innovative strategies, stimulating dialogue, and unrivaled networking opportunities.

This year our theme is Navigating the Boardroom: The Growth Imperative. At this time, we're pleased to announce two speakers who promise to stir some controversy and generate some creative thinking: Nicholas Carr and Peter Hinssen.

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Is Motorola Making A Comeback?

By Paul Korzeniowski

Remember when the Razr was all the rage? For the past few years, Motorola has struggled to regain its footing in the highly competitive cell phone space, but perhaps its allegiance with Google will give it more traction.


New But Familiar Look In Firefox 4 Beta

By Jim Rapoza

The recently released beta of Firefox 4 shows off some new features and boosted HTML 5 support. But the biggest surprise is how much the redesigned Firefox interface looks like Google Chrome.

Bria Softphone Adds Features, Device Compatibility

By Jake Widman

With version 3.1 of its multimedia softphone, CounterPath has improved its UI, supports conference calling and multiple accounts, and added compatibility with more telephony infrastructure equipment.

Apple Should Charge Developers Per App

By Thomas Claburn

Apple's App Store reviewers will refuse to approve apps for the iPhone, iPod, and iPad for a variety of reasons. Some of those reasons, like political viewpoint or competing with Apple services, remain controversial; other reasons, such as security concerns, are welcomed by pretty much every iTunes customer. But Apple hasn't been paying close enough attention to application quality.

Telehealth Helping Patients Sleep Better

By Marianne Kolbasuk McGee

As medical technologies and health IT evolve, so too is the use of web-based, remote diagnostic and monitoring tools that allow clinicians to test and track patients for illnesses at home. But for some patients, telehealth advancements are also bringing a better night's sleep.


Grid Consolidation on Private Clouds

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Hear from Oracle experts how these technologies can now be used to consolidate your databases to a private cloud, where you can realize the efficiencies of multi-tenancy, rapid provisioning, and pay-for-use infrastructure. And learn how Oracle delivers key cloud capabilities, providing elastic database services that can be quickly provisioned on demand.

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The Battle For Mobile Supremacy

While it won't be long before billions of smartphones and tablets are in buyers' hands, PC history tells us that, of the dozen or so mobile platforms currently in play, not all can survive. It's clear that the warchests are opening up to win the battle for global mobile supremacy.
But who will reign supreme?

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