50 Most Influential Government CIOs
Check out InformationWeek's Government CIO 50, our power list of top government CIOs--ranging from the NSA's technology chief to innovators at the state and city government level. They've got vision, clout, and sometimes, billion-dollar IT budgets. But most of all, these CIOs are known for delivering tangible, measurable results. Here's an inside look at the government technology leaders and their approaches to unique IT leadership challenges.
Next iPhone To Get Better Camera
Apple hasn't provided any details on a new version of the iPhone, but most reports suggest it will have an improved camera and won't look all that different from the iPhone 4.
Apple iOS 5.0: 5 Must-Have Features
The iPhone, iPad, and iPod Touch operating system gets an upgrade at WWDC next week, and here are five features we would like to see make their way into iOS 5.0.
GSA Seeks Cloud-Based IT Management Tools
The software as a service provider must provide service desk, asset management, client management, network service monitoring, and system management tools, among others.
PayPal Sues Google, Ex-Employees
eBay's payment arm has sued for theft of trade secrets and breach of contract, the same day Google introduced its mobile payment system.
Android App Market Stats Reveal Few Downloads
Apple's iPhone App store generates many more downloads compared to Google's store, as the bulk of paid applications go almost completely ignored by the Android masses, says a Distimo study.
Oracle Dives Into Retail Analytic Apps
The company's Retail Merchandising Analytics combines a prebuilt data model for building a data warehouse with predefined dashboards, metrics, and reports on various aspects of retail performance.
IT As A Service Is The Future
Software execs say software as a service has more domains to conquer, will gradually take over more of the IT infrastructure.
Government CIOs Doubt Cloud Savings
More than 45% of U.S. government IT officials don't think cloud computing will save their agencies enough money to make it worthwhile, an Ovum report finds.
Wyse, Kaviza Offer VDI At $99 Per Seat
The virtual desktop infrastructure offering enables small and midsize businesses to repurpose existing PCs or upgrade to thin clients at higher price points.
Sony Xperia Play Teardown
UBM TechInsights looks inside the Android-based Xperia Play from Sony Ericsson, the first "PlayStation Certified" smartphone.
RIM PlayBook Sales Forecast Sliced 23%
The BlackBerry PlayBook tablet is not selling as well as originally thought, causing another analyst to reduce sales expectations for Research in Motion for both the quarter and fiscal year.
Google Maps Mobile Use Surges
Google's Marisa Mayer revealed that more people will soon be accessing Google Maps from mobile devices than from desktop computers.