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- Principal CIO tells how large enterprises use cloud for agility and bursting
- How the cloud is enabling real-time data and IoT at Ford
- Video: CXOs sound off on the critical challenges facing IoT, big data, and the cloud
- Video: CXOs see big opportunities at the intersection of IoT, big data, and the cloud
- Ending life of BYOD products
Research In Motion, maker of the Blackberry, announced that it will acquire Chalk Media, a Vancouver company behind a technology that allows multimedia files such as video, audio and presentations to be pushed to Blackberry devices similarly to how e-mail is delivered.The acquisition, which is expected to close by February, was priced at C$23.
Fellow ZDNet blogger, Paul Murphy, warned recently against using virtualization technologies to really max out CPU utilization. The temptation, of course, is to assume that a server running at only 30% of capacity is being wasted.
Is Microsoft poised to join other tech vendors in announcing dismal second quarter earnings or is the company going to yet again manage to meet or beat its traditionally conservative guidance (this time against seemingly impossible odds)?
Nine out of 10 city councils cannot say for certain whether all sensitive data held on staff laptops is encrypted, according to a survey
The UK's position at the top of the European software industry is under threat according to a report commissioned by Microsoft in partnership with Intellect and the British Computer Society.The report, Developing the Future, is the third in an annual series and this year, for the first time, it includes a "software barometer" which shows the overall trend across the software industry.
Sage has updated its local Sage 50 Accounts to allow customers to share their data via the cloud, and added new mobile apps, a new look and subscription pricing. Other, more radical, cloud developments...
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A petition, right from the heart of the University of Kent where I currently study, is attempting to persuade the British Prime Minister, Gordon Brown, away from new immigration laws targeting international students entering UK universities.Whilst the topic itself is a controversial one; essentially forcing university lecturers and professors to "spy on" international students to ensure they are not defrauding the university, and their visa to study there.
Several of you have asked me to add data for Windows XP to my Windows 7 vs. Windows Vista benchmark post. Well, you asked for it!
Economic crunch will drive wealth, power and innovation transfer from West to East as multinationals see Asia as critical growth market, says Springboard Research.
perspective Does your organization understand what IT does--and why? IT director Peter Birley offers some advice on how to make sure the line-of-business counterparts do.
Virtualization became a buzz word last year - and since then some things have grown beyond our wildest dreams while others have fallen short. Here's what to expect in 2009.
According to a Stanford University researcher, 'wind, water and sun beat biofuels, nuclear and coal for clean energy.' The scientist 'has conducted the first quantitative, scientific evaluation of the proposed, major, energy-related solutions by assessing not only their potential for delivering energy for electricity and vehicles, but also their impacts on global warming, human health, energy security, water supply, space requirements, wildlife, water pollution, reliability and sustainability.' Wow! The researcher found that some sources of energy were 25 to 1,000 times more polluting than the best available options. Some of his conclusions make sense, some are controversial, but read more...
Google has made it official: Chrome is out of beta.As for the answer to my earlier question - Where is my Mac version?
Quocirca's Straight Talking: What's the best way to do it?
The British Government has yielded to European pressure to extend copyright for recorded music, MusicWeek reports. Culture secretary Andy Burnham made a surprise announcement in favor of a 70-year copyright term at a music conference.
November 2008December 1stGrowthRetail Category42,92757,12933%Shopzilla.com Sites9851,95398%Yahoo! Shopping1,0241,85681%Google Product Search6971,11059%MSN Shopping6721,10865%Nextag.com Sites3671,010176%CyberMonday.com131,0047578%SHOPLOCAL.COM58587850%ValueClick Sites53167527%PRONTO.COM288638121%Yahoo! Stores254571125%Source: comScore
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