iPhone 4S: My First Night
I upgraded my iPhone 4 to an iPhone 4S on Friday. Here's my report on the phone--and my least painful iPhone upgrade experience to date.
We All Use Dennis Ritchie's Programs
One of the architects of modern operating systems and programming languages has passed away and I, like many of you, owe Dennis Ritchie a debt of gratitude.
RIM's Death By Speculation
After a botched explanation for the BlackBerry outage, RIM customers are imagining the worst. RIM must take two steps right away to regain IT's trust.
Meaningful Use Compliance: A Piece Of Cake?
The feds have already paid out $653 million in incentives to clinicians who've implemented electronic health records. For some providers, the work wasn't so hard after all.
BlackBerry Service Improving, But Perhaps Too Late
RIM will probably soon restore service fully, but the restoration of their reputation and business prospects is unlikely. Things were already looking down generally when, on the same week that a new iPhone launched, their worldwide network collapsed.
Inside Ray Lane's Silicon Valley
As Lane receives the David Packard Medal of Achievement, he encourages belief in Silicon Valley, education, and entrepreneurship as the best hope for America.
Simulate, Before It's Too Late
Gaming mechanisms like Spent aren't perfect corporate models, but they can deliver lessons with little to none of the ramifications of real life failure.
Master Data Management Comes Of Age
Recent summit demonstrates that people are comfortable with the core MDM concept and ready to move into other areas like unstructured master data.
How To Build A Government Cloud
As federal agencies race to meet OMB's 'cloud first' mandate, they must adapt the cloud model to the idiosyncrasies of government.
Identity Management's Day Has Come
For years identity management has been like the weather, IT pros might talk about it, but they've never done anything about it. That's finally changing.
Benioff's Private Cloud Bluster: Can It Last?
Salesforce CEO Benioff won't be stopped by Oracle CEO Ellison, as demonstrated by the Oracle OpenWorld keynote spat. Will Benioff's customers insist he stop the private cloud denial?
Smart Workplaces And Their iPhones
Apple actually does a pretty good job in helping IT to secure iPhones in a business environment. IT just needs to take advantage of what's available to them.
Apple's iPhone 4S Magic: Siri
While the iPhone 4S may have disappointed those who expected more innovation in the hardware, Apple's voice-controlled personal assistant could become the phone's next defining feature.