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Between The Lines Columnist Apple WWDC: 8 Things To Expect
By Thomas Claburn
Apple's annual worldwide developer conference kicks off next week. From iOS to MacBook Air, we expect big hardware and software news, plus a few surprises.

Siri Fixes: What We Want From Apple WWDC
Apple iOS Still Charming More Developers Than Android

Flame Malware Tapped World Class Crypto
Flame's ability to evade security without using zero-day flaws relied on a never-before-seen crypto attack, imbuing the malicious code with the equivalent of a "god mode" against Windows security.

HP-Oracle Itanium Suit: Divorce, Silicon Valley Style
HP and Oracle were like Sonny & Cher, The Captain & Tennille, or any other duo that was inseparable--right up until the moment they separated.

Virgin Prepaid iPhones: Do The Math
Apple iPhones soon will be available from at least two prepaid providers, so we crunch the numbers to find the least expensive option.

Oracle Cloud: Big Bravado, Huge Questions
As Oracle CEO Larry Ellison touts the cloud-readiness of Fusion, he needs to deal with some critical questions around pricing and features.

Should Your Next Smartphone Be A Phablet?
Phablets may very well find a niche in vertical and specialized markets, but there's a convenience problem for mainstream business and enterprise users.

IPv6 Arrives, But Not Everywhere
This week marked a major milestone as IPv6 went live on the Internet--a look at some potential security hurdles for enterprises.

"All men who have achieved great things have been great dreamers." -- Orison Swett Marden


Should Your Next Smartphone Be A Phablet?
IPv6 Arrives, But Not Everywhere
Windows 8 Vs. The World
The Quick Path for Fault Identification
Virgin Prepaid iPhones: Do The Math
Cloud or Premise Based Contact Center -- Which is Right for You?
Virtual Event: Big Data Analytics

Heads Up: Apple's annual Worldwide Developer Conference happens next week, and we'll be live blogging the keynote speech Monday at 10 AM PST / 1 PM EST. Watch for more details (and a link) Monday morning.

Meanwhile, check out our preview,
Apple WWDC: 8 Things To Expect

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Videoconference Disconnect: Room-based systems don't connect to desktops, new and old systems don't integrate, and almost nothing connects to Skype. Can't we do better?

ALSO: How cloud and mobility will transform videoconferencing.

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Windows 8 Vs. The World
Microsoft's ambitious new OS tackles servers, PCs, and mobile devices. On the server side, we dig into the latest offering: Microsoft has boosted the capabilities of Hyper-V, streamlined management, and made other changes that IT will appreciate.
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Understanding Private Cloud Stacks
Private clouds are more than a trendy buzzword--they represent Virtualization 2.0. For IT organizations willing to dispense with traditional application hosting models, a plethora of pure cloud software options beckons. Our report explains what's available.
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The Quick Path for Fault Identification
No data center can afford unscheduled downtime with the manic pace of today's business operations. Find out why root cause analysis and change monitoring provide a quick path to fault identification, while reinforcing change management processes.
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The Challenges of Providing Security Intelligence
There is a widening asymmetry between the mindset and methodology of the attacker and the security professional and their detection tool set. Learn more about current tools that help security teams monitor a more mobile workforce and in constant cleanup mode reacting to infected hosts.
Download Now (Registration Required)

Virgin Prepaid iPhones: Do The Math
Apple iPhones soon will be available from at least two prepaid providers, so we crunch the numbers to find the least expensive option.

Oracle Cloud Apps Unleashed: The Good, Bad, And Ugly
Larry Ellison spotlights 100-plus enterprise applications in the cloud, plays social-media hipster, borrows strategies, floats more FUD.

3 Mobile Trends SMBs Might Be Missing
There's a gap between small and midsize businesses when it comes capitalizing on mobile--but forward-thinking firms can still reap advantages.

Oracle's Cloud Rivals: Reality Check
Oracle CEO Larry Ellison talks like no one else is doing cloud right. Here's the reality on what SAP, Infor, and Microsoft have to offer.


Windows 8 Release Preview: Key Features
Microsoft's Windows 8 includes a host of new features and capabilities to keep desktop PCs a centerpiece of business and consumer computing in the age of smartphones and tablets.   View Now

iPhone 5 Predictions: The Best And Worst
10 Big Deals Show Future Of Social Apps


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Scalado Re-Imagines What Smartphone Cameras Can Do
At Mobile World Congress, Nokia introduced a 41 megapixel camera in a new phone, and HTC came out with some pretty amazing technology as well. But Scalado, a company many haven't heard of, is busy re-inventing what phone cameras can do.   Watch

ARM Demos Next Gen Mobile Performance
Mobile Device Management Debate: Mobile Iron Vs. Good Technology



Cloud or Premise Based Contact Center -- Which is Right for You?
No model is one-size-fits-all, so this webcast will analyze the different deployment options -- from premises to cloud and in-between -- to help you identify which technology makes the most sense for your needs. It happens Thursday, June 13, 2012 More Information & Registration

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Virtual Event: Big Data Analytics
At our interactive InformationWeek Virtual Event, experts and solution providers will offer detailed insight into how to put big data to use in ad hoc analyses, what-if scenario planning, customer sentiment analysis, and the building of highly accurate data models to drive better predictions about fraud, risk, and customer behavior.
It happens June 28

InformationWeek 2012 Windows 8 Survey
InformationWeek is conducting a survey on Windows 8 adoption. Upon completion of our survey, you will be eligible to enter a drawing to receive an 16-GB Apple iPad.
Survey ends June 15

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