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Between The Lines Columnist HP Converged Cloud Plan Uses Hardened OpenStack
By Charles Babcock
HP's new cloud services help enterprises implement an architecture internally now that will match up with an external cloud service provider later, paving a smoother road to future hybrid cloud operations.

HP, Dell Create Clouds For The Rest Of Us
7 Ways IBM Will Make $7 Billion In Cloud

iPhone 5 Reports Suggest 4-Inch Screen
Next iPhone will see a significant hardware revision, analyst predicts. Meanwhile, T-Mobile seeks to lure in owners of old, unlocked iPhones.

Microsoft Starts Windows XP Deathwatch
Microsoft says enterprises still running the decade-old OS should move to Windows 7 and not wait for Windows 8.

NYC Tests Replacing Pay Phones With Tablets
In soon-to-launch pilot program, city will install interactive smart screens around town; pedestrians can access maps, local information free of charge.

Straight To Windows 8? 7 Tips For SMBs
Should small and midsize businesses (SMBs) still running XP skip Windows 7 and move right to Windows 8? Here's an expert's advice on what to consider.

Google Data Centers: How Low Can Power Go?
Google improves power usage effectiveness in its data centers for the third year in a row. Biggest overhead hog is equipment cooling costs.

Microsoft Eyes Google Battle With AOL Patent Buy
Microsoft might have felt the need to bulk up its portfolio of Internet-related patents to the tune of $1.06 billion in case Google wages an IP fight.

Subscriptions Are First Step In Sage ERP And CRM Plan
With competitors like Epicor, Infor, and Microsoft on the move, Sage is making over its enterprise applications portfolio.

Happiness is when what you think, what you say, and what you do are in harmony. -- Mahatma Gandhi


Microsoft Eyes Google Battle With AOL Patent Buy
Subscriptions Are First Step In Sage ERP And CRM Plan
Strategy: Development Labs in the Cloud
How ISPs and Enterprises Work Together to Block the Evolving DDoS Threat
10 iPad Problems, Solved
Prepare Your Infrastructure For The Cloud Using Open Standards
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"There are some great things in the new Windows 8. The easy-to-program WinRT (metro) coupled with the AppStore is going to be a real winner I think."
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Strategy: Development Labs in the Cloud
The options available for putting a lab in the cloud are increasing. We take a look at the costs, complexities and challenges involved in making a move to either a public or private cloud lab, and help you figure out how to get there.
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Informed CIO: Is Your IT Infrastructure Ready for Mobility?
No one likes to think about a large meeting with multiple mobile devices bringing a WLAN to its knees, but we've seen it happen. Here's how to help your wired and wireless networks seamlessly support mobile and/or remote users--and not buckle under pressure.
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How ISPs and Enterprises Work Together to Block the Evolving DDoS Threat
The Cloud Signaling Coalition from Arbor Networks enables collaboration by facilitating the local and upstream mitigation of application-layer DDoS attacks, as well as flood-based DDoS attacks, in an automated and real-time manner. This white paper examines how cloud signaling works and the benefits of its faster, automated approach to DDoS mitigation benefits.
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Gain Dynamic Control of Your Data with a Tiered Archive
A tiered archive allows dynamic control over how your data is accessed, ensuring the right data is available in the right place at the right time. Learn how a tiered storage solution can help your business realize excellent reliability, protection and compliance in the face of extreme data growth.
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10 iPad Problems, Solved
Don't let iPad annoyances drive you crazy or steal your time. We've chased down solutions to vexing iPad problems.

New iPad Teardown: Inside Apple's Tablet
The new iPad isn't just beautiful on the outside. Check out the inside view of how Apple made this tablet's power and design click.

10 Massive Security Breaches
They make the news on a regular basis: incidents in which a company or government agency's security is breached, leading to a loss of information, personal records, or other data. There are many ways to measure the size or cost of a security breach. Some result in the loss of millions of data records, some affect millions of people, and some wind up costing the affected businesses a lot of money. Not to mention, the questions of you calculate the value of personal medical information vs. credit card numbers. Here are ten security breaches of epic scale, plus one "bonus" incident that ranks among the boneheaded moves of all time.

8 Tablets Fit For Windows 8 Beta
Can't wait until the new Windows 8 tablets are released in the fall? These currently available tablets can handle the beta version of the OS now.

Windows 8 Beta: Visual Tour
Take a closer look at Microsoft's radically revamped Windows 8 OS, out now in a consumer preview version. Here's the lowdown on features, apps, hardware, and more.


How Starbucks Taps 7 Tech Trends
Starbucks put mobile payments on the menu early, but it's just warming up with cloud computing and big data analytics. Here are 7 ways that Starbucks CIO Stephen Gillett, InformationWeek's 2011 Chief of the Year, utilizes emerging tech.   View Now

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