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Between The Lines Columnist Google Enterprise, I'm Not Impressed
By John McGreavy
You have great products and are a proven innovator, but it will take changes in thinking to conquer the enterprise.

Why MBAs Hate Google--And You Shouldn't
Google CIO: Enterprise Software A Racket

Bank Site Attacks Trigger Ongoing Outages, Customer Anger
Who's really behind the recent bank DDoS attacks? They are more diverse and powerful than previously seen hacktivist campaigns, security experts say.

8 IT Mistakes: Must-Have Lessons From Top CIOs
Spare the euphemisms. Great teams embrace mistakes and get better.

Oracle Touts Cloud Flourishes, Trashes
At Oracle Open World, CEO Ellison lays on the rhetoric that Oracle's approach is safer than's. Oracle customers will find his new cloud vision has a familiar bundle of enterprise software at its core.

Hypesters Put IT Credibility On The Line
Business technology leaders and managers need to get into the habit of underpromising and overdelivering.

iPad Mini Won't Have Retina Display
Production of the iPad Mini has begun, further suggesting that the smaller tablet from Apple will launch before the holidays.

Tablets And PCs Square Off
Tablets do work better than laptops for some people and tasks. Tailor the device to the workload.

RIM Improves PlayBook With OS 2.1
Updated PlayBook OS lets users send text messages, secure personal data with government-grade encryption.

"The more man meditates upon good thoughts, the better will be his world and the world at large." ~ Confucius


Tablets And PCs Square Off
RIM Improves PlayBook With OS 2.1
Windows 8 Survival Guide: Server 2012
Insider Threat Prevention: A Fortune 100 Company's Efforts
Windows 8 Vs. Windows RT: 8 Key Differences
Strategies for Achieving Application Availability in the Cloud
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Windows 8 Survival Guide: Server 2012
With all the hoopla surrounding Windows 8, the recent release of Server 2012 is flying way under the radar. And that's a shame, because it has a lot to offer. Here are five features that could tempt you to jump sooner rather than later-and five that shouldn't sway you.
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IT Pro's Guide to iPhone 5 and iOS 6
Apple's latest smartphone ushers in a new hardware package paired with an updated OS. Here's what enterprise IT teams charged with supporting employee mobility need to know about Maps, security, Passport vs. NFC, networking and more.
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Insider Threat Prevention: A Fortune 100 Company's Efforts
In 2007, $400 million worth of trade secrets were stolen from a multi-billion dollar global manufacturer. Find out how the company decided to monitor and curtail insider threats by establishing a secure, flexible threat prevention program.
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Application Control in Windows 8
One of the biggest challenges in desktop administration is application control. If administrators are to keep desktops secure, then they must be able to ensure only safe applications are installed on user desktops. Download this whitepaper to learn about effective application control mechanisms.
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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.

Cloud Security Investment, Part 2: Whac-a-Mole Funding and Going on the Offensive
Most enterprises don't seem to have any semblance of a cohesive, security strategy.

Beyond YouTube: Turning Video Viewers Into Customers
Two SMBs dissatisfied with a lack of tangible return from their online video audiences went looking for an alternative to YouTube. Here's what they found.

Apple iOS 6: 10 Most Interesting Features
Apple's iOS 6 has some great tweaks and a few misses. Take our visual tour of the must-know changes.

14 Amazing DARPA Technologies On Tap
Go inside the labs of the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency for a look at some of the most intriguing technologies they're developing in computing, electronics, communications, and more.


6 Ways iPhone 5, iOS 6 Amp Up Social Opportunities
Apple's iPhone 5 and iOS 6 add social capabilities to the iPhone and iPad that will provide new ways for businesses to interact with their customers.   View Now

14 Amazing DARPA Technologies On Tap
How To Get Google Maps Back On Your iPhone


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5 Elevator Pitches, NetSuite CEO Hit Valley View
Five companies gave 3 minute elevator pitches, and each of them nailed it. We covered mobile security, enterprise security, cloud, data center and enterprise content deliver super fast, and we heard from NetSuite CEO Zach Nelson and a big time CTO.   Watch

The Most Interesting IT Guy In The World: Global Warming, Windows Vista, Vint Cerf



Strategies for Achieving Application Availability in the Cloud
Join us as Donna Scott, Gartner VP Distinguished Analyst, presents best practices in achieving multi-site application availability, while offering guidance on data center and hosting strategies in the age of cloud computing. It happens Tuesday, October 9, 2012. More Information & Registration

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We are conducting a survey on the adoption of application performance management tools in the enterprise, how they are being used, and IT's level of satisfaction with these products. One lucky participant will win an iPod!
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