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  Friday, September 21, 2012
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Apple iOS 6: 10 Most Interesting Features
By Jeff Bertolucci
Apple's iOS 6 has some great tweaks and a few misses. Take our visual tour of the must-know changes.

iPhone 5 Crowds Kick Off Sales
iOS 6: 5 Things That Disappoint
iOS 6: 5 Things To Like's Benioff Preaches To New Flock: CMOs
Marc Benioff wants marketing to be Salesforce's next $1 billion business. To get there, he's jumping right into the growing tension between IT and marketing execs. Seeks Foothold Throughout The Enterprise
Identity, mobile, and social networking capabilities are key to Salesforce's plan to move beyond sales and marketing, deep into enterprise operations.

RIM Updates Mobile Fusion, Enterprise Server
RIM added new features to its Mobile Fusion and Enterprise Server products on Thursday, hoping to stop the bleeding as it heads toward BlackBerry 10 release.

VMware Socialcast Makes Enterprise Apps More Social
Socialcast Integration Engine brings collaboration capabilities into CRM, inventory management, HR, and other business applications.

How To Build A High-Performance IT Team
In a tight job market, CIOs and other tech employers need to rethink their recruiting, training, and retention practices.

Mobile Is Not A Sideshow
Some businesses at GigaOm Mobilize conference report that mobile is 25% of their Web traffic, yet many enterprises still don't have mobile-optimized websites.

"Always forgive your enemies - nothing annoys them so much." - Oscar Wilde


How To Build A High-Performance IT Team
Mobile Is Not A Sideshow
Research: 2012 InformationWeek 500 Full Report
PCI and the Cloud
iOS 6: 5 Things To Like
Tapping the Power of Customer Voices on Social Media
InformationWeek 2013 Cisco Survey

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Join us on September 26 for Valley View, our exciting live video show. In addition to an exclusive chat with NetSuite CEO Zach Nelson, we'll feature an in-studio interview with Antonio "Yobie" Benjamin, the CTO of CitiGroup's Global Transaction Services. Yobie also heads up the Citi Innovation Labs and is the interim CTO for Citi Enterprise Payments. He has a long, glamorous history that is matched only by his long, glamorous hair, and his hysterical and upbeat personality. We'll talk to Yobie about his latest projects, what technology excites him these days, and about the future of mobile payments.

Don't forget, we'll also feature our new Elevator Pitch session, a rapid-fire deluge of information about new technology approaches. Here are the companies under the gun: Appthority (Mobile Security), Crowdstrike (Enterprise Security), Cliqr (Cloud Management), Fusion-io (flash memory for the data center) and Kontiki (Enterprise Video).

Other Elevator Pitches featured: Appthority (Mobile Security), Crowdstrike (Enterprise Security), Cliqr (Cloud Management), Kontiki (Enterprise Video).

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Research: 2012 InformationWeek 500 Full Report
While 29% of participants in our annual ranking of business technology innovators say lowering business or IT costs is a priority, that's down sharply from 47% just three years ago. Today's focus is on the customer, with 37% citing widespread deployment of customer-facing mobile apps. Add cloud computing and big data analytics to the mix, and you can see it's a whole new game.
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Strategy: E-Discovery, Mobility and the Cloud
Do you know everywhere business documents reside? Storage pros are often tasked with aiding discovery, yet as IT increasingly relies on cloud repositories while employees substitute mobile devices for PCs, that question is getting much harder to answer. Problem is, in the event of litigation, courts won't accept 'the cloud ate my homework' as an excuse. Here's how to cope.
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PCI and the Cloud
Desires for cloud-based delivery and the emergence of software-defined infrastructure have caused developers, technology operations and security functions to converge. This white paper provides cloud teams with real-world advice on handling PCI in dynamic cloud hosting environments.
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How to Leverage Consumerization in Your Mobile Enterprise
Consumerization is the name for the trend where employees use their own smartphones, pads, and tablets with their own external data plans and consumer applications to conduct company business. Download this white paper to find out about the business benefits of extending enterprise data and applications to mobile workers.
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iOS 6: 5 Things To Like
Apple's new mobile operating system is finally available. Here are five great things about iOS 6.

Apple iOS 6 Maps App Flops
Apple consumers and industry pundits lament the loss of the Google-powered Maps app on iOS devices.

iOS 6: 5 Things That Disappoint
Apple's new mobile operating system offers some much-needed improvements, but plenty of things still need polish.

iPhone 5: 10 Best Features
Apple's iPhone 5 big reveal left some smartphone watchers wanting more. Take a look at the key feature changes and judge for yourself.

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.


My iPhone 4S Upgrade To iOS 6 In Pictures
The iOS 6 update for iPhone 4 and iPhone 4S users is here! I threw caution to the wind and dove into the upgrade. I found some problems in Apple's new mapping app and experienced a big glitch with my home Wi-Fi. Here's what happened.   View Now

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Tapping the Power of Customer Voices on Social Media
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