News to know: Workday; Windows Home Server; Hydrogen data centers

News to know: Workday; Windows Home Server; Hydrogen data centers

Summary: Notable headlines:Dan Farber: Workday unveils Financials and Work Tags. Dennis Howlett: Workday financials: accounting isn't real.

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Dan Farber: Workday unveils Financials and Work Tags. Dennis Howlett: Workday financials: accounting isn't real. Christopher Dawson: Gmail use grows on college campuses. NYT: Hewlett Introduces a Web Feature to Make Document Printing Mobile.

Mary Jo Foley: Windows Home Server won’t launch on August 27. A (Microsoft) Code Name a Day: Ibiza.

Dan Farber: Can you count on Web services? Michael Krigsman: Enterprise 2.0: failures aside, it’s amazing stuff. Enterprise 2.0 failure: Can you trust Google Grand Central?

GigaOm: Skype Crisis: Where was the eBay Management?

Hydrogen fuel cells power Fujitsu data center. Gallery (right). Harry Fuller: Biofuel or bunk? Heather Clancy: Fujitsu paints itself green-er. Joshua Greenbaum: Ever Wonder Why Upgrades Are So Damn Hard?

Computerworld: Linux text editors: Do any make the grade? Ryan Naraine: Questions swirl as Sourcefire buys ClamAV.

David Berlind: Existing USB ports may face peripheral power shortage. Roland Piquepaille: Optimizing chip manufacturing at MIT. Russell Shaw: Salon is planning a Social Networking site. Marc Orchant: Is the iPhone wrecking the web?

AP: Artificial Life Likely in 3 to 10 Years. Dana Blankenhorn: SaaS is quick way to medical automation.

Ryan Stewart: Rich, branded experiences pay dividends for advertisers.

Ryan Naraine: Did Skype just change my password without warning?

Review: Delphi NAV300 (right).

Dana Gardner: RSS feeds begin to bleed into enterprise applications. SEC charges ex-Brocade CFO in backdating scheme.

Hey Eminem, blame the system, not Apple.

Reuters inks $1 billion IT outsourcing deal. NYT: Seeing Corporate Fingerprints in Wikipedia Edits. CIA, FBI computers used for Wikipedia edits.

Apple iLife review: 7 out of 10.

Dana Gardner: Lotus Notes 8 brings unified collaboration to mashupable clients.

Garett Rogers: GDrive cancelled, or not?

Topics: Data Centers, Servers, Windows

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