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  Wednesday, November 07, 2012
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Between The Lines Columnist Election 2012: New Voting Tech Caused Some Headaches
By J. Nicholas Hoover
President Obama was re-elected on Tuesday, but not without glitches and malfunctions reported by users of digital voting technologies.

5 Items Should Top Obama's Technology Agenda
6 Surprises About IT Hiring Plans

Samsung Galaxy Note II: Visual Tour
Samsung's Galaxy Note II is big for a phone, but small for a tablet. Take a closer look at the interesting features that set it apart.

Dell XPS 12 Windows 8 Tablet Vs. Hurricane Sandy
When I found myself without power for four days in Manhattan, Dell's Windows 8 tablet was my main link to the outside world. See how it fared.

Microsoft Planning 7-Inch Surface Mini?
Microsoft reportedly working on a top-secret project to produce a tablet to compete with the iPad Mini.

Apple Eyes Dumping Intel For ARM
Is Apple serious about shifting OS X and its computers from Intel's x86 architecture to ARM-based chips? Or is it just trying to win concessions from Intel?

How Do You Survive The Innovation Hamster Wheel?
This is how two tech leaders do it, and we'd like to hear more tactics from you.

CIO Profiles: Zack Hicks Of Toyota
Toyota's Innovation Fair is the highlight of this tech chief's year.

Sprint To Buy Midwest Cellular Markets
Deal worth $480 million gives Sprint extra customers and spectrum for LTE; U.S. Cellular gets extra money for 4G deployment.

"Look deep into nature, and then you will understand everything better." -- Albert Einstein


CIO Profiles: Zack Hicks Of Toyota
Sprint To Buy Midwest Cellular Markets
Research: 2013 Virtualization Management Survey
Evaluating Cloud File Sharing and Collaboration Solutions
8 Cool Windows 8 Tablets
Data-Centric Security In A Mobile World
E2 Innovate Conference & Expo

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"Sorry, but SAAS is not a good idea, it's just a new fad that gives sales people something to push. The Cloud, Saas, Virtual Servers, it's all hype. Yes there is actually some benefit but these are not for everyone and they are not for every situation."
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Posted By skyledavis:
"It's good to see that the XPS seems to be a fairly solid device (I think you put it through a pretty decent fire test there!). It's too costly for me, but it's still pretty cool."
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  Digital Issue  
From SDN to network overlays, emerging technologies promise to reshape the data center for the age of virtualization. Also in the new, all-digital issue of Network Computing: Open Compute rethinks server design.

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Research: 2013 Virtualization Management Survey
The next steps in going virtual up and down the stack, from network to desktop: Automation and finally taking hypervisor security seriously. The two go together, because if you're going to trust production systems to run without human intervention - a must for delivering IT services on demand - you'd better be darn sure attackers can't gain control.
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Design on a Dime: 12-Step Plan to Cut Software Costs
Controlling nondiscretionary IT spending is a perennial top priority for CIOs, but the cost of software licensing, operations and maintenance is a particularly sore topic. Two main keys: Spend smart up front, then tightly manage enterprise software licensing and maintenance.
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Evaluating Cloud File Sharing and Collaboration Solutions
Consumerization has had a broad impact on IT-users are bringing in their own devices and subscribing to their own applications without waiting for the IT department permission. Download this white paper to read about the consumerization trends and challenges and learn what enterprises should consider when evaluating online file sharing and collaboration solutions.
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Malware Triage and Analysis
Given the infinite number of scenarios outside a sandbox environment, there is a great need for automated analysis to fill the gap between what incident responders are finding and what needs to be fully examined.This document reviews new malware analysis technology that determines the behavior and intent of suspect binaries without the need for signatures, white lists or a sandbox environment.
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8 Cool Windows 8 Tablets
As Microsoft and its hardware partners produce Windows 8 devices in droves, here's a look at some of the more noteworthy launches.

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.

10 Best Apps For Samsung Galaxy Notes
Check out these 10 great apps that take advantage of the Samsung phablet's S Pen stylus.

10 Wearable Health Tech Devices To Watch
Wearable medical technology is becoming a hot commodity. As these devices come to market, they have the potential to help both patients and clinicians monitor vital signs and symptoms.

Netflix Wants You To Adopt Chaos Monkey
Netflix has made its own automated disaster testing service, Chaos Monkey, available as a free public download. Should you turn it loose on your own systems?


Image Gallery: iPad Mini Hands-On
For small-tablet buyers the Mini is a great option. It's pricier than the Kindle Fire or Google Nexus 7, but its size, elegant hardware and app ecosystem make the extra bucks worth it. If you already own a tablet, though, there isn't much reason to rush out and buy a Mini.   View Now

Big Data Talent War: 7 Ways To Win
6 Reasons To Want Windows 8 Ultrabooks


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Hearsay Social Brings An Enterprise Focus
Hearsay Social's CTO and co-Founder Steve Garrity gives the Valley View judges the 2-minute elevator pitch, and discusses why his company's social enterprise software stands out.   Watch

Cisco CEO John Chambers Ready For Battle
The Tech Industry & The Stimulus Money: Failure?



Data-Centric Security In A Mobile World
In this Webcast, consultant Michael Davis will discuss the results of our InformationWeek 2012 Mobile Security Survey and outline the steps necessary to protect data on mobile devices: a unified policy; enforcement of the rules through use of technology such as encryption of sensitive assets; and education of end users and IT pros. It happens Tuesday, November 13, 2012. More Information & Registration

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E2 Innovate Conference & Expo
The business world is changing. Is your company ready? E2 Innovate, formerly Enterprise 2.0, is the only event of its kind, bringing strategic business professionals together with industry influencers and next-gen enterprise technologies. Register today and save $200 on current pricing or get a free expo pass. Nov. 12-15, 2012, at the Santa Clara Convention Center, Silicon Valley.
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