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TOP STORY: Global CIO: IBM Details Raids On Customers From HP And Oracle

MORE NEWS: Fuze Box Puts HD Video Into Meetings

ANALYTIC REPORT: Remote Control: 9 Steps To Ensuring Access, Safely

WHITEPAPER: 8 Threats Your Anti-virus Won't Stop

SLIDESHOW: 5 Airport Body Scanner Patents Stripped Down

VIDEO: How Insurance Companies Can Benefit from Agile Development

BLOG: Microsoft Doesn't Want To Spoon

WEBCAST: Smarter Business Intelligence: Advanced Analytics In Practice

RESOURCES: Be A Part Of Our 2011 U.S. IT Salary Survey

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Friday, December 3, 2010

 
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"Our business is about technology, yes. But it's also about operations and customer relationships." -- Michael Dell

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TODAY'S TOP STORY

Global CIO: IBM Details Raids On Customers From HP And Oracle

IBM gives customers names and says its "Migration Factory" wins over HP and Oracle/Sun have averaged almost $1 million in revenue.

RELATED INSIGHTS

Wolfe's Den: Why Oracle's Sun Servers Are Sinking (And Why That's A Good Thing)

Global CIO: Larry Ellison's IBM Slayer Is Oracle Exadata Machine

Global CIO: IBM Top Product Exec Discusses Strategy, Systems, & Oracle

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Fuze Box Puts HD Video Into Meetings


Fuze Box has added videoconferencing to its collaboration software. This capability will be extended to the company's iPad and Android applications in January.

Google Chrome Puts Flash In Security Sandbox


By mitigating Flash's liabilities, Google stands to gain from Flash's benefits.

FTC Proposes 'Do Not Track' Option For Internet


Web users could use a browser button to stop organizations from tracking their viewing habits, under the Federal Trade Commission proposal.

Microsoft Calls Google Gmail 'Deficient'


Redmond slams rival's e-mail offering after GSA rejects Outlook in favor of Google's cloud-based service.

Dell To Ship Windows Phone 7 Device Next Week


Designed for business users, the Venue Pro features a 4.1-inch capacitive touch screen, slide out QWERTY key board and full Office integration.

Motorola CEO Talks Tablets, Hints At Verizon iPhone


Speaking at the Credit Suisse 2010 Technology Conference, Motorola CEO Sanjay Jha said the company is working on 7-inch and 10-inch tablets.

Interpol Closes In On WikiLeaks Founder


Julian Assange, who could face espionage charges in the U.S., is also wanted for sex crimes allegedly committed in Sweden.

Amazon Ousts WikiLeaks


A day after the website condemned by the U.S. for releasing classified government documents moved from it Swedish service provider to escape a cyberattack, Amazon.com has stopped hosting the site.

Can Analytics Help Resolve The Jeter Contract Flap?


Statistical analysis is now a standard tool in the sports technology portfolio. But how do you measure loyalty, leadership and other qualitative values?

Email, Social Media Level Playing Field For SMBs


Partnership between StrongMail and Net Atlantic spotlights continued integration of email with social media and other digital marketing channels, and increased technology access for small and midsize business.

Video Demo: Fiberlink's Encompassing Mobile Device Management

While mobile device deployment proliferates, IT challenges arise. Fiberlink walks us through how its mobile device management technology helps solve many of the problems.


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Remote Control: 9 Steps To Ensuring Access, Safely

Well-secured systems are well-managed systems. But as perimeters melt away, security goes beyond encryption, authentication, and monitoring. We also need to ensure privileged users aren't betraying trust. In this report, we'll cover ways to track who did what to which system, and when--vital to covering yourself in an audit, sure, but also to improving customer service and the support process for remote workers.

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5 Best Practices: Network Management in Education

Networks on college campuses are some of the toughest to manage anywhere. Imagine thousands of users only loosely bound by IT's policies, all supplying their own devices, of every shape, capability and operating system, and expecting universal access both to campus facilities and the Internet in general. Now that's what we call a challenge.

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8 Threats Your Anti-virus Won't Stop


This paper outlines 8 common threats that traditional anti-virus alone won't stop, and explains how to protect your organization using endpoint security.
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Google Apps Messaging and Collaboration Products


This paper will explain the ways Google creates a security-based platform for offering its Google Apps products, covering topics like information security, physical security and operational security.
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SLIDESHOWS


5 Airport Body Scanner Patents Stripped Down

Here's a deep dive on five patents applying X-ray backscatter technology to airport contraband detection. These screening machines have been much in the news recently, amid controversy regarding both their effectiveness and the amount of radiation exposure to which travelers are subjected. The patents we'll look at are from prime players in the airport body scanner field. This list is led by Rapiscan Systems Inc. , of Torrance, Calif., which in 2009 won the TSA contract to supply whole-body imaging scanners to U.S. airports. Also included is Martin Annis, a pioneer in body scanning who founded American Science and Engineering Inc. (ASAE) of Billerica, Mass. in 1958. In 1980, Annis was awarded one of the first personnel scanner patents. Finally, L-3 Communications Security and Detection Systems Inc., of Woburn, Mass., has sold numerous explosives detection devices to the military and vied for the TSA contract. Selected diagrams from five patents are included to illustrate inventors' efforts at enhanced privacy, through which explicit body part imagery is replaced by a mannequin-like view, as well as to show attempts to reduce traveler exposure to x-rays through more sophisticated radiation source arrays.   View Now

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Top 20 Apps For Managing Social Media

Desktop Twitter Programs Revealed

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VIDEOS

How Insurance Companies Can Benefit from Agile Development
Agile development is being touted as a way insurers can reduce project risks and improve deliverables. Matt Josefowicz, Director of the Insurance Practice at Novarica, identifies the opportunities to leverage agile development in the insurance indust   Watch

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IBM SmartCamp Winner

Trading Desk Of The Future: Trading Avatars

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Microsoft Doesn't Want To Spoon

By Dave Methvin


Developing web applications that run on a wide variety of browsers can be quite a challenge. There's an online tool that can make that job easier, but Microsoft doesn't want you to have it.

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Are Windows Phone 7 Sales Slow?


By Ed Hansberry

Windows Phone 7 has been out nearly a month in the US and almost twice as long in much of Europe and we've not heard any official numbers on what the sales figures are. What little we have heard from unofficial sources doesn't sound too good.

SMBs Ignoring Online Reviews At Their Peril

By Jake Widman


According to a survey from RatePoint, a customer review management service, small businesses may not be giving as much weight to online reviews as they should, considering what other research has shown about how much consumers pay attention to them.

Reading PDFs More Safely -- Sadly, A Good Idea

By Daniel Dern


Invincea's Document Protection, for safely opening, reading and printing PDFs, like its Web Protection, wraps the core program in a virtual machine to keep threats from touching the system.

The Value Of Virtual Appliances

By George Crump


Vendors created the appliance market by delivering their software applications pre-installed on standalone servers. The goal was to simplify installation for the users and to make support easier thanks to the consistent hardware platform. The downside to appliances is that there is an added hardware cost and when performance needs to be upgraded it often requires a new appliance. These issues can be addressed by leveraging server virtualization to create virtual appliances.


WEBCASTS

Smarter Business Intelligence: Advanced Analytics In Practice


In this InformationWeek Editorial Webcast, analyst and expert David Stodder explains how it's possible to get to deeper, more forward-looking insight without breaking the bank. Drawing from case examples and current trends, David will explore various options, including conventional analytics tools, prebuilt models and apps, and ways of embedding analytic insight into dashboards, processes, and mainstream applications.

It happens Wednesday, December 8, 2010 -- 9:00 am PT / 12:00 pm ET

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RESOURCES AND EVENTS


Be A Part Of Our 2011 U.S. IT Salary Survey


For the 14th consecutive year, InformationWeek Analytics is conducting its U.S. IT Salary Survey. To date, over 180,000 IT professionals have participated.

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