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- Delve into technologies and business issues around mobile payments and wallets - Mobile Commerce World - Mobile Commerce World
- Learn how to enage customers through mobility - Mobile Commerce World - Mobile Commerce World
- How to Start Your Big Data Journey
- Meeting the Unilever eScience Challenges: To out-compute is to out-compete
- Smarter Mobile Security: Securing BYOD
- Accelerate Agility Now: WebSphere Application Server v8.5.5 Overview
- Intelligent Management of WAS Applications: Reduce Cost, Complexity, and Errors
This Week's Issue
- Metzler: The 2013 Application and Service Delivery Handbook
- Comparison of Cisco and ShoreTel Unified Communication Solutions
- Don't Get Stuck on Your Virtualization Journey: Where to Focus Next
- How Virtualization is Key to Managing Risk
- Real World Considerations for Implementing Desktop Virtualization eBook
PCs aren't dead, but laptops and desktops have seen their best days.
Mobile application development will test many IT teams as they deal with everything from mobile context to Google Glass-like displays.
FTC should crack down on wireless carriers and smartphone manufacturers that put their customers at risk by failing to update Android devices.
"Freakishly smart" sensors embedded in a basketball send shooting and dribbling data to a smartphone app and provide new level of coaching.
UPS's My Choice service shows the power and potential of the new consumer-funded digital infrastructure.
Three innovations could help you squeeze a full day's work out of your smartphone battery. Many of us haven't seen that since 2007.
Unhappiness about Google Reader's impending closure and mistrust about Google's commitment to new products won't last.
But Google's word on the matter may be subject to change.
Will IT need to limit which devices can connect to the corporate network? It feels like we're heading for separate Internets, aligned with mobile...
Not likely. But OpenFlow and other new networking technologies provide some hope.