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TOP STORY: Mobile World Congress: Samsung Swings At iPad With Android Tab

MORE NEWS: Obama's Budget Boosts IT Spending 1.3%

ANALYTIC REPORT: Networking In A Virtualized World

WHITEPAPER: How Bar Codes and RFID Deliver Value to Manufacturing and Distribution

SLIDESHOW: Building The Mac Office

VIDEO: IBM at 100

BLOG: Flip On Over To B-Sides

WEBCAST: How to Grow your Business in a Market of Continual Change

RESOURCES: Attend Cloud Connect

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Tuesday, February 15, 2011


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Mobile World Congress: Samsung Swings At iPad With Android Tab

Samsung's second Galaxy Tab boasts a 10.1-inch display, Android 3.0 Honeycomb, and an 8 megapixel camera.


Mobile World Congress: Samsung Announces GalaxyS II Phone, Galaxy Tab 10.1

Looking Ahead To Mobile World Congress 2011


Obama's Budget Boosts IT Spending 1.3%

The President's 2012 budget includes $79.5 billion in federal IT spending, including a significant amount of new spending on cybersecurity.

Microsoft Gives Sneak Peak Of Windows Phone 7

Internet Explorer 9 optimization, true application multitasking readied for second half.

Global CIO: Is Apple Or IBM The #1 Most-Respected Large Corporation?

IBM and Apple held their high ground but HP and Cisco lost respect among money managers ranking the world's 100 largest corporations for Barron's.

Credit Card Fraud Up 62% Since 2009

One-third of consumers have experienced credit or debit card fraud in the past five years, according to an ACI Worldwide survey of 4,200 people.

Global CIO: HP Mobile Dump Of Microsoft Is Brilliant

HP and Microsoft must forge a partnership whose future transcends the PC business--will their egos let them?

Microsoft Needs Apps To Win In The Cloud

Beyond executive shakeups, Microsoft needs to acknowledge this truth: Apps drive infrastructure

AMD Boosts Opteron Performance With More Cores

The new 8-core and 12-core server processors are socket-compatible with the previous Opteron series, giving customers the option of boosting performance without replacing the server.

HP To Acquire Analytics Specialist Vertica

The buyout will help HP counter IBM's recent acquisition of Netezza as analytics sector heats up.

Micro-Funding Site Integrates With LinkedIn, Facebook lets entrepreneurs connect to social media to seek funding from contacts.

Can The Jeopardy Challenge Help IBM Compete With Apple And Google?

Noted author Stephen Baker says this week's man vs. machine TV contest will help Big Blue attract the best and brightest. Early uses of the technology will show up on cell phones, he predicts.

Stuxnet Iran Attack Launched From 10 Machines

Symantec researchers analyzed the worm's timestamps and found that the 12,000 infections identified to date originated from a handful of machines.

Adobe Launches Web Forms Software

FormsCentral allows SMB and other "knowledge" workers to easily create and manage online surveys, invitations, and other user-response devices, says Adobe.

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Networking In A Virtualized World

Virtualization is rapidly evolving into a core element of next-generation data centers. This expanded role places new strains on the network. This report explores the technical issues exposed by virtualized infrastructure and looks at standards, technologies, and best practices that can make your network ready to support virtualization.

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Storage Utilization: Data Dedupe Gains Ground, Albeit Slowly

As the volume of corporate data continues to grow, IT pros keep investing in new storage usage technologies. Compression still ranks No. 1, according to InformationWeek Analytics' 2010 Data Deduplication Survey, though respondents rely increasingly on dedupe, as well as thin provisioning and MAID. We also compare 2010 market trends with our 2009 research.

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How Bar Codes and RFID Deliver Value to Manufacturing and Distribution

This paper shows how advanced bar code and RFID technologies can create sustainable advantages by providing the accurate information required for modern business practices. By implementing bar coding and RFID, companies can realize significant return on investment (ROI).
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Microsoft SQL Server Databases Thrive in the Cloud

This white paper demonstrates how companies that have moved their SQL databases to the cloud have overcome past performance and security concerns to increase operational efficiency, improve availability and scalability, reduce costs, gain a faster-time to-market, and achieve a better return on investment.
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Building The Mac Office
Building an office around the Apple Macintosh has long been a good business strategy, particularly for SMBs. This review of products from Apple and other Mac vendors, will take you on a visual tour of a Mac-centric office that could be your future infrastructure
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Mobile World Congress: Samsung Announces GalaxyS II Phone, Galaxy Tab 10.1

Google Chrome 9 Advances The 3D Graphical Web


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3 Startups To See At RSA

By Adam Ely

Over the past few months I've used my highly unscientific methods to identify new security startups I believe are worth watching over the next 12 months. These companies are solving problems for enterprises in various spaces. Each is worth reaching out to if you are attending RSA or BSides in San Francisco this week.


Flip On Over To B-Sides

By Adam Ely

With RSA kicking off on Tuesday, you may be asking yourself, What's to do on Monday in San Francisco?

Telcos Take On Apple

By Paul Korzeniowski

Application stores have become all the rage in the mobile handset market. Rather than acquiesce all of the power to Apple, a group of telecommunications services providers have forged a different approach, the Wholesale Applications Community (WAC).

Mobile 3D: Not Ready For Prime Time

By Eric Zeman

One of the whiz-bang features being proffered by smartphone and tablet makers is 3D video capture and 3D playback. Trust us, it doesn't live up to the hype.

Smartphone Platform Consolidation Begins

By Ed Hansberry

With Nokia's announcement that Windows Phone 7 would be the primary platform for their phones, consolidation in the mobile space begins. It is now down from seven platforms to effectively five going forward. This isn't the end though.


How to Grow your Business in a Market of Continual Change

Join Stephanie Stahl, Executive Editor, InformationWeek & TechWeb and Paul Brunet, Vice President, IBM WebSphere and BPM Product Marketing for a discussion on how savvy business managers are using technology to chart a path to growth, partnering with their technology departments to deliver value, and creating an unprecedented advantage over the competition.

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Attend Cloud Connect

Learn how to take the next step in cloud computing at Cloud Connect, the leading conference and expo for IT professionals, executives, and developers.

It happens in Santa Clara, Calif., March 7-10.

2011 InformationWeek Government IT Innovators

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