iPad For The Enterprise: Remote Control Solutions Reviewed
We've evaluated file synchronization tools for the iPad, and Citrix Receiver client for remote desktop access. Now we delve into a few more remote access tools from Array Networks and LogMeIn; and a Air Display, which turns your iPad into an extra monitor.
iSuppli Raises iPad Sales Forecast
Apple is increasing production targets for the tablet computer, prompting the market research firm to boost its 2010 sales forecast by 45%.
Dell Acquiring Ocarina Networks
The privately held company provides technology to compress images and other unstructured data in order to free up storage space, complementing the deduplication capabilities in Dell's storage systems.
Building The Open Source Cloud
Despite the fact that most of the underlying technology of cloud computing is based on open source, much of the current wave of cloud computing platforms are closed. But a new open source initiative is hoping to fully open up cloud computing.
Google Acquires Metaweb
With Metaweb's knowledge, Google aims to enhance its ability to understand search queries and deliver definitive answers.
Mobile Video On Steep Growth Curve
Revenue from video telephony, video messaging, and similar services is projected to grow from $121 million in 2010 to $2 billion in 2013, says ABI Research.
Windows Phone 7 In Technical Preview
Microsoft's new mobile OS is now in the hands of operators for testing, and well on track for a holiday ship date. We took a video tour of some of its features, apps and capabilities.
Gaming Slump Continues
Video game consoles and hardware were up 5% in June, but sales of game titles dropped 15%, dragging the overall category down 6% from a year ago.
Gizmodo Search Warrant Withdrawn
The investigation into Gizmodo's acquisition and publication of iPhone 4 details in April will continue without editor Jason Chen's computers.
Verizon Announces Cloud EMR Platform
The Verizon Health Information Exchange service allows doctors and healthcare providers to store, manage and share patients' electronic medical records via an online portal regardless of IT systems and specific protocols.
Slideshow: 7 Biggest Microsoft Flops Ever
Despite challenges by a resurgent Apple, upstart Google, and other new rivals, Microsoft remains the world's biggest software company with more than 90% of the desktop. But for all its dominance, Redmond rolls big clunkers from time to time -- and when it flops, it flops big. Here are seven Microsoft disasters that live in infamy.
Louisiana Gets Its Own Google Earth
Residents of Louisiana now have access to a customized version of Google Earth designed to help them cope with emergencies, unless they use Mac OS X or Linux.
IBM Announces $100 Million Health IT Program
The initiative will drive IBM's cloud computing, data analytics plans across the healthcare industry to enhance evidence generation, service quality, privacy and new incentive models.
iTunes Users Want Music Subscription Service
A minimum monthly fee of $10 for either streaming music or access to their personal music libraries on multiple devices appeals to upwards of 7 million iTunes users, according to NPD Group.
Aprigo Secures Google Docs
The SaaS service provides IT governance for a company's Google Docs, to identify files at risk of exposure to unauthorized users inside or outside the company.
UK Company Adopts Google Apps, Gmail To Collaborate
A UK pest control company with an international presence has standardized on Google Gmail and Google Apps as a way to tie together a diverse company in 50 countries. "This was never about cost reduction. It was about collaboration," said CIO Bryan Kinsella at the Cloud Computing World Forum in London.
Phone Wars: Choose Your Weapon
A slew of new devices from HTC, Motorola, Apple; more coming when Windows Phone 7 ships; rumors of new BlackBerry handsets. Here's a guide to evaluating the combatants.
Intel Reports Best Quarter Ever
Strong server demand in enterprises and small businesses reflects the growth of the Internet and the build-out of cloud computing capacity.
UK National Health Service Sees Savings In The Cloud
The National Health Service in Britain isn't universally admired for its IT efficiency. But Miles Gray, the urbane hardware solutions architect for the NHS, said at the Cloud Computing World Forum in London that if carefully implemented, the cloud can help the service gain effectiveness and save expenses.