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Microsoft, Google On Office Computing Collision Course


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TOP STORY: Microsoft, Google On Office Computing Collision Course

MORE NEWS: Linux Graybeards? Yes, But Also A Wisdom Circle

ANALYTIC REPORT: Google For Business: Assessing Google Docs

WHITEPAPER: Monitoring the Web 2.0 User Experience

BLOG: Websites Vulnerable To New Clickjacking Techniques

WEBCAST: Optimizing Storage Usage and Reigning in Storage Investments

RESOURCES: Take Our Data Sharing Survey -- You Could Win An iPod Touch

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TODAY'S TOP STORY

Microsoft, Google On Office Computing Collision Course


By the end of this year, both companies will find themselves on the same fundamental office computing architecture: a hybrid approach that supports both desktop- and browser-based office computing.

RELATED INSIGHTS

First Look: Google Docs Gets Realtime Collaboration

Google Apps Refresh Sets Up Deathmatch With Microsoft

Video: What Makes Google Tick

Special Report: Desktop Apps: Time For Change

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Linux Graybeards? Yes, But Also A Wisdom Circle

The annual Linux developer meet-up is underway in San Francisco, with code producers and maintainers looking at ways to improve the process and bring in new blood.

VIDEO: iPad Personal Productivity Apps

A walk through the initial crop of apps: Evernote, Adobe Ideas, and an expense-tracking application called Cube.

Obama Wants Manned Mission To Mars


The President defended plans to kill the space shuttle and cancel a return to the moon, insisting that NASA needs to focus on new frontiers.

SpringSource Adds Messaging To Java


By acquiring Rabbit Technologies, VMware unit SpringSource will become a supplier of tools for building service-oriented cloud applications.

Library Of Congress Archives Twitter


Billions of public tweets will be added to the library's national collection of Web content.

Former NSA Official Leaked Secrets Via Hushmail


The indictment returned in Maryland on Thursday suggests how easy it is to copy and paste secrets.

Washington Debates Broadband Plan


Lawmakers and lobbyists are urging the FCC to decide whether broadband should be classified as a telecommunications service or an information service.

Senators Question Cyber Command Nominee


Gen. Keith Alexander told legislators he'll work closely with the president and Homeland Security to protect U.S. military networks against cyber attacks.

HIT Critical To Improving Patient Care


Supplying medical providers with health information technology will ultimately yield improvements in patient health, says a government report.

Enterprises See Risks In Cloud


Cloud infrastructures aren't yet reliable or secure enough for mission critical apps, say users.


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ANALYTIC REPORTS & WHITEPAPERS

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Google For Business: Assessing Google Docs

The new versions show Google making a few major bets: That what people want most is real-time collaboration on documents, that they'll do it entirely in the cloud, and that, when it comes to features, less is more.

The biggest leap forward -- Google is betting that real-time, online collaboration is the feature people want.


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Monitoring the Web 2.0 User Experience


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Windows 7 Readiness Assessments FAQ


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Websites Vulnerable To New Clickjacking Techniques

By George Hulme


At Black Hat Europe, UK-based security researcher Paul Stone has demonstrated new and seemingly powerful attacks that dupe users into activating malicious links on Web sites without their even knowing it.

ALSO SEE

Gmail Gains Drag-And-Drop Attachments


By Eric Zeman


Gmail's latest new feature reminds us that we should take pleasure in the little things. Starting today, Chrome and Firefox users will be able to drag-and-drop files from their desktop and attach them to emails without using the clunky attachment tool.

FCoE Poised For Adoption

By George Crump


FCoE adoption is getting ready to pick up steam. That's my take from Storage Networking World (SNW). The FCoE sessions and labs seemed well attended. This means that users are getting ready to deploy the technology, and of course, some already have.

Verizon Wireless Officially Unveils The Droid Incredible

By Eric Zeman


Verizon Wireless today ended months of speculation and finally announced the Droid Incredible. We pretty much know everything there is to know about this device already. It will be available for pre-order on April 19, and will hit store shelves April 29.


WEBCASTS
Optimizing Storage Usage and Reigning in Storage Investments


Data is growing at 50 percent year over year. IT storage complexity is spiraling out of control. Existing storage capacity is underutilized.
Join Mark Peters, senior analyst from Enterprise Strategy Group, and Nimish Shelat, product marketing manager at HP, for a webcast on optimizing storage usage and reigning in storage investments.
It happens April 20, 2010 at 10:00 AM PT / 1:00 PM ET
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RESOURCES AND EVENTS



Take Our Data Sharing Survey -- You Could Win An iPod Touch


InformationWeek Analytics is conducting a survey on data sharing practices in the enterprise. Upon completion, you will be eligible to enter a drawing to receive one Apple 32-GB iPod Touch valued at $299 from TechWeb.


Survey ends April 23

Image Gallery: Inside Apple's iPad: FCC Teardown Photos


The FCC posted photos of the inner workings of Apple's game-changing device.


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InformationWeek 500 2010 Registration Ends Soon


Time's running out to nominate your company for the 2010 InformationWeek 500 -- our 22nd annual ranking of the nation's very best business technology innovators. Organizations with $250 million or more in revenue may apply now.


Deadline is April 30


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