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  Thursday, February 21, 2013
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Between The Lines Columnist China Denies U.S. Hacking Accusations: 6 Facts
By Mathew J. Schwartz
Mandiant report says that an elite Chinese military hacking unit is responsible for launching APT attacks against U.S. businesses. Chinese government cries foul.

U.S. Trade Secret Strategy Targets Hackers
BK Hack Triggers Twitter Password Smackdown

4 Big BYOD Trends For 2013
Interop Las Vegas speaker Michael Finneran and other BYOD experts discuss key trends enterprise IT leaders should watch in 2013.

LinkedIn Jobs Gets A Search Boost
LinkedIn's makeover continues, but is the platform moving in the right direction?

Google Seeks Glass Explorers
Anyone interested in buying Google's forthcoming computerized eyewear can post or tweet in hope of receiving an invitation.

FAA Drone Plan Hits Turbulence
Technology and policy issues emerge as the FAA devises a five-year road map to integrate unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) with commercial flights in U.S. airspace.

Coursera Adds 29 University Partners From 13 Countries
Nearly doubling its number of participating universities, Coursera adds major universities, goes international and adds lectures in French, Spanish, Chinese and Italian.

Big Data Myths Persist
Big data hype has reached a level where some customers are actually avoiding labeling projects as big data, Tibco executives say.

"Life is what happens while you are busy making other plans." -- John Lennon

Coursera Adds 29 University Partners From 13 Countries
Big Data Myths Persist
Research: Apple In The Enterprise iOS, OS X Buyer's Guide
Using Analytics To Increase Revenue and Customer Loyalty
HTC One Can Compete With Apple, Samsung
Creating Value With Social Collaboration Platforms
Take Our Backup Technologies Survey -- You Could Win A Nexus 7!

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As large healthcare providers test the limits, many smaller groups question the value.

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Research: Apple In The Enterprise iOS, OS X Buyer's Guide
Our latest survey and analysis of 13 top Apple offerings, from the iPhone to the Mac Pro, show IT pros accustomed to the Windows world getting a crash course, not just on iOS but OS X systems. Do you have a plan to cope? And what's the outlook for a successful marriage of enterprise IT and consumer titan?
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Strategy: 3 Steps To A Hands-Free Cloud
Virtualization let IT automate the entire life cycle of a server, from provisioning and initialization through steady-state and change management to termination. But this is only the first step on the path to fully coordinated, automated and managed systems. The ultimate goal: orchestration, where business needs can be defined and executed without human intervention. We'll examine the essential elements of orchestration, focusing on public and private clouds.
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Using Analytics To Increase Revenue and Customer Loyalty
Download this white paper to explore the fast-changing customer relationship landscape in financial services. It outlines strategies and technologies that financial services marketers can use to better understand customers and market effectively across traditional and digital channels.
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Economics Of Scale-Out Storage
Scale-out storage technologies have rapidly gained popularity over the past several years, successfully crossing the chasm from niche technology to mainstream enterprise solution. As this shift occurs, an increasing number of enterprises are seeking to understand the advantages of the newer technology when it comes to the storage of exploding amounts of unstructured data.
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HTC One Can Compete With Apple, Samsung
HTC One offers world-class hardware, slick software enhancements and a really cool camera.

10 Best Android Apps Of 2012
Check out these 10 gems that stood out from the crowd of 700,000 Android apps.

Google Seeks Glass Explorers
Anyone interested in buying Google's forthcoming computerized eyewear can post or tweet in hope of receiving an invitation.

Apple iWatch Vs. Smartwatches Past And Present
iWatch could change the mobile landscape, or it could end up as a redundant peripheral. Can Apple avoid the smartwatch flops of the past?

HTC Claims "Best Phone Ever Made"
HTC aims high with their claims for their revamped Android smartphone. Like previous HTC phones this one is aimed at consumers with a focus on media consumption and other lifestyle features, like TV remote control. A shame it lacks microSD storage expansion.


10 Tools To Prevent Cloud Vendor Lock-in
Nobody wants to be caught in proprietary traps in the cloud. These tools can help you avoid being hemmed in by one vendor.   View Now

Apple iWatch Vs. Smartwatches Past And Present Secrets: 8 Apps Help You Do More


Bob Metcalfe Plans Ethernet's 40th
The 'Father of Ethernet' comes back to PARC, the scene of the crime, to talk about Ethernet's future -- including a 40th birthday bash in May.   Watch

CES 2013: It's A Wrap!
CES; the car show

Creating Value With Social Collaboration Platforms
In this interactive webinar on Wednesday, February 27, 2013, panelists from Gartner, Pricewaterhouse Coopers, and Jive Software will discuss the latest research, market trends, and proven tactics from the trenches for driving value with social business technology. More Information & Registration

Take Our Backup Technologies Survey -- You Could Win A Nexus 7!
There's no excuse for a half-hearted business continuity strategy given today's advanced data protection technologies, including disk-to-disk-to cloud, software dedupe and more. Our 2013 InformationWeek Backup Technologies Survey seeks to gauge use of these and other methods to ensure a disaster doesn't put your business down for the count. Take our survey and you could win a 32GB Google Nexus 7 tablet!
Survey ends Feb. 22.

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