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Enterprise 2.0: How Cloud Computing Is Challenging CIOs
CIOs must adapt quickly to technologies that lead toward collaboration, say keynote speakers J. P. Rangaswami of BT Design and Murali Sitaram of Cisco.
• Cloud Computing Is An Evolution of IT, Not An Overthrow
• The Why And How Of Private Clouds
• Steve Ballmer: Can't Explain Cloud But It's Next Big Thing
Gov Forum: Federal CIO Pushes Performance Gains
Vivek Kundra told attendees at the InformationWeek Government IT Leadership Forum that he's working to close the "IT gap," improve project oversight, and advance cybersecurity technology.
Xbox Kinect Games Revealed
Star Wars, Disney, and Lady Gaga will lend their brands to Microsoft's new hands-free gaming system.
GE Healthcare Intros Cloud EMR For Small Practices
The software-as-a-service GE Centricity Advance e-medical record system will help small medical practices comply with healthcare reform's "meaningful use" requirements.
Apple Refreshes Mac Mini
The Mac computer now sports an Nvidia GeForce 320M processor, an HDMI output for connecting the computer to an HDTV, and a smaller footprint.
E-Verify Site Gets Facelift
Department of Homeland Security has added user-friendly updates to the program employers use to verify worker eligibility for U.S. employment.
RadioShack Offering Cash For Old iPhones
In order to scare up sales of the new iPhone 4, RadioShack is offering $100 and $200 gift cards for iPhone 3G and 3GS trade-ins.
WellPoint Taps American Well For Telehealth
Online healthcare through video, secure chat, or phone will be available to WellPoint's insurance plan members starting late this year.
HTC EVO 4G User Complaints Surface
Some users report issues with the touchscreen and the device's responsiveness.
Revisiting The Keep It All Forever Retention Strategy
By George Crump
Each day a seemingly new regulation is being placed on businesses and almost every one of these regulations adds to the data management burden in the data center. In the past I have advised against the keep it all forever mentality of data retention but now it may just be the only way left to protect the business.
Microsoft Is Hiring 500 Cloud Specialists To Battle Google
By Bob Evans
Microsoft is hiring up to 500 sales reps for its public-sector cloud-computing solutions to add more firepower to its intensifying competition with Google for the hundreds of millions'and potentially billions'of government dollars being pushed into the cloud.
Storage Outlook: Cloudy, No Swimming
By Lorna Garey
Earlier this month I sat down with Deepak Mohan, senior VP of Symantec's Information Management Group, and Anil Chakravarthy, senior VP of Symantec's Storage and Availability Management Group, to discuss the growth of digital information and topics that InformationWeek Analytics will be covering in the second half of the year.
3G iPad Hack More Than Email Addresses?
By Ed Hansberry
If you have a 3G iPad on AT&T's network and you are one of the lucky 114,000 who's email addresses were exposed, you might have a bit more to worry about. In fact, even if you aren't one of those originally identified has having their email address exposed, you might still have something to worry about.
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