Stories From The Issue Of » January 15, 2007
Why The iPhone Won't Make Apple A Player In Business IT
It will likely pressure smartphone rivals and corporate IT to provide better mobile computing. But it's unlikely to change the company's status as a runner-up in businesses
Do The Tech Watchdog Groups Need Watching?
Self-appointed advocacy groups have grabbed a share of the tech decision-making process.
Five Disruptive Technologies To Watch In 2007
This year will see the impact of several slow-developing technologies, such as RFID, virtualization, and advanced graphics.
- Rob Preston Down To Business: Is Executive Pay Excessive?
- John Soat IT Confidential: Apple-Microsoft War Turns Real
- From Our Blog
- Fed Charges In HP Case
- Who Does Net Neutrality Benefit?
- Credit Suisse Disruptive Technology Portfolio Mover Of The Week: Apple
- IBM's Idea Factory
- Brief: Teradata To Split From NCR As HP Enters The Market
- HP Lands Rockwell
- Fast Is Building A Better BI Trap
- Invisible RFID Ink Safe For Cattle And People, Company Says
- SAP To Seek Contract Renewal For CEO Kagermann
This Week's Issue
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- Storage Infrastructure as a Service The Best of Cloud and On-premises Storage
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- Taneja Group: Overview of Virtualization and Cloud Market Vendor Landscape for SMBs
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- Meeting the Unilever eScience Challenges: To out-compute is to out-compete
- Smarter Mobile Security: Securing BYOD
- Smarter Mobile Security: Minding the Gaps
- BYOD and Windows 7 Migration are the Questions. Is Desktop as a Service the Answer?
- Top Business Process Misconceptions
- Quick Tips for Managing Mobile Users