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IBM Unveils Endpoint Security Initiatives
Services are aimed at closing vulnerabilities in smartphones, ATMs, retail kiosks, traffic systems, smart meters, buildings, and sensors.
• IBM's Most Disruptive Acquisition Of 2010 Is Netezza
• Trend Micro Unveils IBM Security Suite
Identity Theft Down 28% In 2010
While overall rates are down, incidents involving friendly fraud as well as costs for consumers are on the rise, according to Javelin Strategy & Research.
Microsoft Names New Server And Cloud Chief
Satya Nadella is tasked with leading Redmond's efforts in the crucial hosted computing market.
Live Blog: HP TouchPad Tablet
We were live at HP's press conference where they announced the new Touchpad Tablet and Veer Smartphone. Get all the details.
What If We'd Never Heard Of Cloud Computing?
Which of the clouds many incarnations -- Software as a Service, Platform as a Service, and others -- should we care about?
Global CIO: IBM On Oracle Exadata: It's A Hog To Install
IBM product chief Steve Mills delivers unique insights on analytics, acquisitions, and archrival Larry Ellison and Oracle.
FEMA Loses Lessons Learned Data
Inspector general finds a poor archiving plan has left the Federal Emergency Management Agency unable to access historical data since May 2010
Nokia CEO Laments Company's 'Burning Platform'
The Finnish phone maker is set to reveal a new strategy on Friday.
Nokia Ditches MeeGo Amid Microsoft Rumors
Nokia CEO Stephen Elop is expected to announce a major shakeup on Friday that could include an alliance with his former employer in Redmond.
Open Source Approaching 30% Of Enterprise Software
Flexibility, increased innovation, shorter development times, and faster procurement processes cited as top reasons for using open source options, reports Gartner.
HHS Awards Another $12 Million For EHR Support
Critical access and rural hospitals in 41 states will get additional technical assistance with implementing electronic health records.
Slideshow: HP Tablet Announced
We are here at beautiful Fort Mason in San Francisco on a spectacular day. The Bay is sparkling, Alcatraz beckons (for some of us), and somewhere inside the theatre HP is making all the final preparations. The line to get in is already pretty long, and growing.
What If FCoE Were Free?
By George Crump
Intel recently announced Open FCoE, a software implementation of the Fibre Channel over Ethernet (FCoE) protocol that had only previously been available in expensive Converged Network Adapters (CNA) desinged to work on standard Ethernet hardware. Assuming that you use 10GbE LAN on Motherboard (LOM), which we discussed in our last entry, it becomes prominent in servers and you might be able to have FCoE for free.
HP Eprint Trouble Continues
By Lamont Wood
The services does work, except when it stubbornly refuses to do so. E-mail account configuration may have something to do with it.
Polycom Connects To Cisco
By Paul Korzeniowski
Since the turn of the millennium, open interfaces and support for industry standards have been the norm in all industries, except for video conferencing. But that is changing as Polycom has decided to support a Cisco Systems Inc. telepresence interface.
Windows Phone 7 One Step Closer To Update
By Ed Hansberry
Microsoft has pushed out an update to its Zune desktop player that is also the mechanism that will be used to update a Windows Phone 7 device. It doesn't mean the update is imminent, but does give assurance one is coming, and it will be sooner rather than later.
Networks To Nokia: Please, Dear God, No Android
By Eric Zeman
As Nokia prepares to make a major shift in its mobile strategy, European network operators have hinted that they really, really, don't want Nokia to go with Android.
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