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Office 2010 Prices Revealed

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TOP STORY: Office 2010 Prices Revealed

MORE NEWS: DOJ: More Broadband Spectrum Needed

ANALYTIC REPORT: Open Source Clouds In Government

WHITEPAPER: Top 10 Things to Know About Data Protection

BLOG: Google Unveils Android's Future, Announces Nexus One

WEBCAST: Maximize Your Data Center Today With Targeted Planning, Projects and Upgrades

RESOURCES: Year In Review: InformationWeek's 2009 Cover Stories

InformationWeek Daily

 Wednesday, January 6, 2010 


"If you want to go quickly, go alone. If you want to go far, go together."
-- African Proverb 


Office 2010 Prices Revealed

Microsoft offers big discounts to consumers willing to download the software.


SMBs Get 50% Off Windows 7, Office 2010

7 Things Microsoft Must Do In 2010

What CIOs Think About Windows 7


DOJ: More Broadband Spectrum Needed

The Department of Justice notes that the average monthly minutes of wireless use increased eight-fold in a span of 10 years.

Super Micro Intros High Density Storage Chassis

The SC847 double-sided storage chassis includes 36 hot-swappable, 3.5-inch hard drive trays in a 4U space.

Lenovo Launches Skylight Smartbook

Based on Qualcomm's Snapdragon chipset, the device boasts quick Web access.

Google Reveals Nexus One 'Super Phone'

The company has opened its own Web store to sell phones with and without service plans from its Android mobile operator partners.

Skype Upgrades Video For HDTV

The VOIP provider and high-definition TV suppliers announce videoconferencing for home users.

Apple App Store Tops 3 Billion Downloads

Download figures for Research in Motion's BlackBerry Apps World and Google's Android Market have not been released.

Cloud Ready For App Development In 2010

Cloud computing offers a potentially higher speed development platform. It's time to get started, say three Forrester Research analysts.

Skiff, Sprint Partner On E-Reader

The Skiff Reader, similar in size to Amazon's Kindle DX, will download e-books and other content via Sprint's 3G wireless network.

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Open Source Clouds In Government

We look at the leading open source components used for cloud computing
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Outlook 2010

Don't break out the party hats just yet, but there are signs of optimism among the business technology pros we surveyed.

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Google Unveils Android's Future, Announces Nexus One

Posted By Eric Zeman

At a press event Tuesday at its Mountain View, Ca., headquarters, Google uncovered its plans for the Android mobile platform. Here's a meta liveblog of all the action.


Q&A : Microsoft Executive On Fed's 'Meaningful Use' Proposals

Posted by Marianne Kolbasuk McGee

Now that the federal government' "meaningful use" criteria is near-final, healthcare organizations and their IT vendors and services firms are analyzing what the regulations will mean for them. An executive of Microsoft's healthcare software business weighs in on the upcoming requirements.

Obama Security Push Spurring Scanner Patents (IBM's Seeking One)

Posted By Alexander Wolfe

The conventional wisdom, in the wake of the failed Christmas terrorist attack, is that the big beneficiaries will be Rapiscan Systems and L-3 Communications. The two are the companies which are TSA-qualified to provide airport scanners. But a quick USPTO search turns up a cornucopia of interesting patents, which could set off a security tech gold rush.

Gartner Acquisition Binge An EU No-No?

Posted By Bob Evans

Gartner's recent acquisitions of rival analyst firms AMR and Burton Group could come under the scrutiny of hypersensitive European Union anticompetition regulators who are terrified that the acquisitions will have some impact'good, bad, or indifferent; it doesn't really matter'on at least one European. Head EU bureaucrat Neelie Kroes has reportedly promised a decision by 2012.

Mobile Round-Up: Nielsen Stats

Posted By Eric Zeman

As we head into 2010, Nielsen decided to gather together a wide range of statistics regarding the media industry, including TV, mobile phones, social networking, Internet usage and more. Lets take a look at the stats pertinent to mobility.


Maximize Your Data Center Today With Targeted Planning, Projects and Upgrades

Let's face it, in today's economy, we are all being forced to do more with less. Wouldn't it be great to get more space, more efficiency and lower opex on your existing data center? With targeted planning, projects and selective upgrades, you can see a quick return on investment and decrease overall operating expenses. Whether the issue is out-of-control cabling, increased densities or lack of floor space, APC and Cisco can help you by offering a clear planning methodology, project implementation experience and recommendations for targeted upgrades to extend the life of your existing data center.

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Year In Review: InformationWeek's 2009 Cover Stories

2009 was a year of wrenching upheaval, as cloud computing, software as
a service, business intelligence, mobile computing, and other business
technology movements took center stage against the backdrop of a brutal
economy. InformationWeek's covers tracked it all. Get the full picture
here, with links to each of the InformationWeek issues.

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