Windows Phone 7's Marketing Problem
44% of U.S. smartphone owners who are looking to upgrade are considering Windows Phone 7, study says. But many others have never heard of it.
All Eyes On Google
Mr. Schmidt prepares to go to Washington, while Microsoft fights to prove it can still be relevant in the tablet market.
Hypervisors May Break Storage Vendor Lock-In
All that's needed is to address some of the core storage shortcomings of the hypervisor, like providing solid performance while using thin provisioning, snapshots, and clones.
How EHRs Feed The Clinical Research Pipeline
Natural language processing programs can now data mine e-records to help locate the best candidates for clinical trials. Several major healthcare organizations have taken notice.
RIM Reports Falling Revenue, Profits
Research In Motion in its fiscal second quarter shipped 10.6 million BlackBerry smartphones, 200,000 PlayBook tablets, and saw its revenue drop 15%.
Data Breach Avoidance Requires Copy Cops?
A U.S. senator proposes more data breach regulation, but experts say IT should be thinking data control. As one CSO recently put it, "The problem is not securing a copy of the data; it's securing data against copying."
Top CIO Worry: People Problems
IT leaders at the InformationWeek 500 conference talked talent, trust--and the new world where the CEO wants six new iPad 2 units on release day.
Rise Of Android Botnets
No, it's not the latest series on the Syfy network, much as affected companies may wish this trend were fiction.
How To Achieve 100% Virtualization
Several implementers have moved far beyond initial goals and are now shooting for a completely virtualized data center; Westcon says it's there.
Is The Cloud Safe For Health Apps?
Some healthcare providers are still hesitant to put patient data and clinical apps in the cloud. Here's how they cope with their angst.
The Power Of A Good Video
Apple and Citrix approached corporate crisis points using video to rally the troops, set direction.
IW500: 5 Lessons From IT First Movers
What can you learn from CIOs who reaped rewards by taking early risks on virtualization and consumerization of IT? Consider these lessons shared at the InformationWeek 500 conference.
HTC: iPhone Not 'Cool' Anymore
The acting president of HTC America said during a recent interview that Apple's iPhone is "a little less cool" than it used to be. HTC also had some comments about Windows Phone 7 Mango.