ANALYTIC REPORTS & WHITEPAPERS
Cloud Contracts and SLAs
Cloud computing is approximately where the Internet was more than a decade ago: full of both promise and hype, and constantly changing. As companies evaluate cloud services, CIOs must help them reach business objectives and save money, while also serving in a stewardship role.
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Enterprise Job Scheduling Evaluation Guide
Read this evaluation guide to learn how to compare competing job scheduling products and determine which is appropriate for your calendaring, dependencies and alert management needs.
Top Collaboration Solutions Compared: The Winner Is...
To assess the state of the collaborative platforms market and see how the vendors stack up against each other, Forrester evaluated the strengths and weaknesses of top collaborative platform vendors. Download this report to learn how vendors compared when measured against more than 60 criteria. Download Now
Returning Your iPad? You Are Not Alone
By Ed Hansberry
After weeks of hype and perhaps a bit of peer pressure, most people that picked up an iPad did so sight unseen. Most, if not all, had previous experience with the iPhone which runs the same basic OS and everyone knew that. Still, with the larger size that is closer to a PC tablet than a smartphone, the expectations may have been different enough that after forking over between $499 and $699, buyer's remorse has set in.
iPhone 4.0's Biggest Disappointments
By Eric Zeman
Despite the long list of positive things Apple has done with iPhone OS 4.0, it left a number of things out of the new operating system. Here's a few things that the iPhone faithful were hoping to see.
Leaked Specs For HTC 'Incredible' Impress
By Eric Zeman
The user manual for the HTC Incredible has leaked onto the Internet, and with it the entire spec list for the device. The Incredible will instantly become Verizon's flagship device when it goes on sale in the coming weeks, thanks to its 1Ghz processor, 8 megapixel camera, and giant 3.7-inch display.
Apple Right To Leave Older iPhones Behind
By Eric Zeman
It was bound to happen eventually. With the impending arrival of iPhone OS 4.0, many iPhone users will be sad to learn that iPhone OS 4.0 may not work for them. Here's why Apple made the right decision.
The Perfect Entry Level SAN
By George Crump
At each Storage Network World (SNW) there are more than a few vendors that I meet with that are trying to address the first time SAN buyer. I expect that this year will be no different. In fact given the economy there may be more than ever. There are few observations that I have made in what makes a successful entry level SAN beyond the given easy and affordable.
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Image Gallery: iPad Productivity Apps
A visual first look at some of the hot applications for Apple's new Web slate, including Kindle, Adobe Idea, Cube for iPad, and Evernote.
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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