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Between The Lines Columnist Windows 8: 10 Questions For Microsoft's Enterprise Chief
By Paul McDougall
Erwin Visser, Microsoft's senior director for Windows Commercial, says enterprises can expect immediate benefits from Windows 8 in key areas like mobility, security, and virtualization.

Windows' Worst Mistakes: From Clippy To Vista
The Apple-ization Of Microsoft

iPad Mini: The Great Price Debate
The entry-level iPad Mini costs $329, which raised some eyebrows. Here's why analysts say the iPad Mini is priced right--and will steal sales from $199 Android tablets.

Antivirus Tool Fail: Blocking Success Varies By 58%
Only two of 13 endpoint security software scanners blocked more than 80% of known exploits, NSS Labs study reports.

Election 2012 Hacking Threat: 10 Facts
Election technology has improved since the 2000 presidential election "hanging chad" debacle, but new and old threats may put your vote at risk.

Apple's Tim Cook: What Analysts Miss
Apple's manufacturing power is now entrenched in China. Expect that to change as the new CEO helps reinvent the company, again.

Huawei Proposes Security Test Center
In a bid to address regulators' security fears, Chinese telecom company Huawei wants to establish a cyber security test center in Australia.

"Bittersweet October. The mellow, messy, leaf-kicking, perfect pause between the opposing miseries of summer and winter." -- Carol Bishop Hipps


Apple's Tim Cook: What Analysts Miss
Huawei Proposes Security Test Center
Strategy: Security at Today's Network Speeds
Network Policy Impact Report: BYOD Smartphones and Tablets
iPad Mini Tablet: Visual Tour
Smarter Enterprises Need Smarter Storage
InformationWeek 2013 Standardization Survey

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"Fool me once (98, NT) shame on you; fool me twice (Vista) shame on me; fool me thrice (Win8)...lock me up!"
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Most IT teams monitor website performance. It's time to extend that vigilance to all critical applications.

Also in the new, all-digital issue of InformationWeek: While Oracle and SAP wage a war of words, they're ignoring the wishes of customers like Procter & Gamble.

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Strategy: Security at Today's Network Speeds
With 10 Gbps Ethernet standard and 40 and 100 Gbps on the way, one big question is whether firewalls, intrusion-detection systems, packet analyzers and other monitoring systems can keep up. If not, your need for speed might prove deadly.
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Research: Cisco Outlook Survey
Nearly 600 business technology pros took time to share their perceptions. Some highlights: 85% like the company's security stance, and 61% see Cisco as a leader in data center switches. Yet just 25% will increase use of the company's gear vs. 27% open to or actively replacing. Here's why.
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Network Policy Impact Report: BYOD Smartphones and Tablets
Learn how to reduce the impact of BYOD uploads and downloads, contain bandwidth costs, and ensure the performance of business critical applications.
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The next big breakthrough in IT management is here. Learn how you can reduce change risk, speed incident resolution, and improve visibility across your environment with Social IT Operations Management.
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iPad Mini Tablet: Visual Tour
Take a closer look at the Apple iPad mini's design, features, and pricing. Is this tiny tablet the right fit for you?

Apple iPad Mini Vs. iPad 4: Which To Buy
Apple stunned by announcing a fourth-generation Retina Display iPad along with the iPad Mini. No mere refresh, the iPad 4 sports significantly improved specs.

Windows 8 Vs. Windows RT: 8 Key Differences
With the introduction of Windows 8 and Windows RT, Microsoft splits its flagship OS into two distinct flavors. Examine the most important contrasts.

10 Best Apps For Samsung Galaxy Notes
Check out these 10 great apps that take advantage of the Samsung phablet's S Pen stylus.


Windows' Worst Mistakes: From Clippy To Vista
Microsoft Windows has hit more than a few bumps in its 27-year history. As Windows 8 launches, let's review some of the low points.   View Now

iPad Mini Tablet: Visual Tour
Who Is Hacking U.S. Banks? 8 Facts


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InformationWeek 500: The Funny News
InformationWeek's Fritz Nelson delivers the news of the past year, albeit in a little more sarcastic way.   Watch

Appthority & The Mobile Enterprise
Quintiles CIO Builds IT To Drive Revenue



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