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CA Upgrades System Management Products
News  |  10/30/2009
CA upgrades four system management products, giving each greater authority over the virtual domain as well as physical assets.
Blue Coat Identifies Halloween Trick
Commentary  |  10/30/2009
Blue Coat has identified a new malware trick just in time for Halloween. Unsuspecting victims are redirected to one of two malware sites after searching for Halloween related sites. These distribution sites are typically used for hosting of warez, pirated digital content, but have been switched to malware distribution in the past 12 hours.
Google Maps Adds More Real Estate Data
News  |  10/30/2009
Users of Google's search engine can now find out more detailed information about real estate.
The Crapware Plague: Fed Up And Fighting Back!
Commentary  |  10/30/2009
Would you buy a PC from a vendor that treats you like an idiot, wastes your time and makes your life miserable? Chances are, you already do.
WhiteHouse.gov Drupal Detractors Get Buggy
Commentary  |  10/30/2009
The news that WhiteHouse.gov relaunched this week running open source Drupal software raised eyebrows and hackles among knee-jerk anti-Obama types and a small cadre of ignorant bloggers.
Nokia Dis-N-Gages
Commentary  |  10/30/2009
Nokia has decided to shut down its N-Gage gaming service in September 2010. This is a rare public admission of defeat for Nokia, which launched the N-Gage gaming platform to much fanfare several years ago. Ever since Nokia transitioned the service to an online gaming portal, it has failed to find users.
Windows 7 First 'Self-Healing' OS
News  |  10/30/2009
Microsoft baked a number of support technologies directly into its new operating system so it can self-diagnose and repair problems.
IBM Targets Smart Cities, Government Services
News  |  10/30/2009
A new government framework is aimed at tax and revenue management, safety, social services, transportation, and urban infrastructures.
Backup & Recovery: Practice Makes Perfect!
Commentary  |  10/30/2009
When it comes to recovering data from a backup source, practice makes perfect. And failing to practice can leave your small business in a terrible mess at the worst possible time.
VoiceCon 2009: Tackling A Shifting Business Communications Landscape
News  |  10/30/2009
The enterprise communications event, in San Francisco November 2-5, will feature deep dive sessions and keynotes from Avaya, IBM, and Siemens.
Alcatel Lucent Sales, Profits Slide
News  |  10/30/2009
A 2Q profit of $19.7 million, however, may help the networking company break even for the year.
Users Reporting BlackBerry Storm2 Wi-Fi Goof
Commentary  |  10/30/2009
Covered by the tidal wave of Motorola Droid news this week was the launch of the BlackBerry Storm2 on Verizon's network. In all respects, the device is a major update to the original that is seriously worth considering. Although, there appears to be an issue with the Storm2's Wi-Fi radio.
MicroStrategy BI License Revenues Up 39%
News  |  10/30/2009
The business intelligence application vendor's performance is in striking contrast to the broader software industry.
Q&A: CIO Ross Philo On 'Post Office' In Your Home
News  |  10/30/2009
In a tough business environment, the U.S. Postal Service is delivering new capabilities for home PCs and smartphones and new services for high-volume mailers, says its top IT executive.
Amazon Serves Up MySQL
Commentary  |  10/30/2009
Amazon's newest cloud offering: MySQL 5.1 in the cloud, also known as Amazon RDS. And there's worry that it'll turn out to be a bad thing for MySQL in the long run, although that might not hold true for other open source repurposed in the same way.
Qualcomm Unit Joins Symbian Foundation
News  |  10/30/2009
The move boosts the Symbian platform, which includes a mobile operating system, user interfaces, middleware, and various mobile applications.
iTunes 9.0.2 Breaks Palm Pre Sync Again
Commentary  |  10/30/2009
The cat-and-mouse game between Apple and Palm continues. Apple offered up iTunes 9.0.2 yesterday. The main reason for the update was to bring new compatibility with Apple TV 3.0 software. Apple was sure to take the time to nix the Palm Pre's ability to sync with iTunes, too.
Records and the Threat of Cloud Computing
Commentary  |  10/30/2009
I recently hosted a panel for ARMA that proved to be one of the most thought-provoking sessions I have been involved in for a long time. What became abundantly clear early on was that records managers and compliance officers really need to get their head around cloud computing, and fast.
Sprint Nextel Subscribers Dwindling
News  |  10/30/2009
To counter losses, the carrier is betting on Android handsets and a plan to roll out WiMax through Clearwire.
Does The World Need A Twitter Device?
Commentary  |  10/29/2009
Twitter has become a very popular service and to make the most of it, Peek has released a new device called the TwitterPeek that does just one thing - Twitter. Really?
This Content Management Standard Is Worth Backing
Features  |  10/29/2009
CMIS standard should make integration easier.
Unified Communications: A Separate Piece
Features  |  10/29/2009
As other content systems blur together, UC will be a holdout.
Asus Unveils USB 3.0 Motherboard
News  |  10/29/2009
USB 3.0, also known as SuperSpeed USB, supports throughput up to 10 times faster than USB 2.0.
Enterprise 2.0: Challenging Economy Pushes Businesses Toward Better Tools
News  |  10/29/2009
TechWeb's Enterprise 2.0 Conference, Nov. 2 through 5 in San Francisco, aims to connect companies with better business technology.
Sprint: No More Tethering
Commentary  |  10/29/2009
Here's an interesting move. Today, a Sprint spokesperson said that moving forward it will not allow its smartphone customers to tether their devices to their laptops. You want mobile Internet on your laptop? Buy a Sprint dongle and data plan.
TV Web Site Opts For Cloud Servers
News  |  10/29/2009
To handle extreme spikes in Web traffic, a popular television show's servers were ditched in favor of Rackspace cloud hosting.
The State Of The Mobile Web
Commentary  |  10/29/2009
Opera has released a report on the state of the mobile web and it shows, as expected, growth in the number of people viewing the web on their mobile phones, the number of pages each person views and the amount of data they each consume.
bMighty Virtual Event: Dealing With Data Centers -- Now Available On Demand
Commentary  |  10/29/2009
If you thought you missed last week's informative bMighty virtual event on how SMBs can deal with data centers in tough times, it's time to think again. The entire event is now available on demand!
An Android App For The Military
News  |  10/29/2009
Raytheon's mobile application for Android-based smartphones employs GPS, camera, and other real-time capabilities for use in the field.
Amazon Introduces PayPhrase Payment Shortcut
News  |  10/29/2009
Online merchants can use Amazon's passphrase payment scheme to ease the friction of online commerce.
Windows 7 Hardware Discounts Offered
News  |  10/29/2009
PC users can now get bargains on Microsoft mice, keyboards, Webcams, and other peripherals—even if they didn't host a launch party.
Is The Desktop PC Doomed?
News  |  10/29/2009
The rise of Web-based apps, virtualization, and a crop of powerful mobile devices have the traditional PC desktop on the run.
Catbird Monitoring VMs In Amazon EC2
News  |  10/29/2009
A version of Catbird's vSecurity Cloud Edition is available as an app in Amazon's EC2-approved catalog of application services.
Rolling Review: Service Catalogs Tested
Features  |  10/29/2009
NewScale shines among competitive service catalog choices.
Content Management: Collaboration And Social Networks Change The Game
Features  |  10/29/2009
The blurring lines between different types of content mean IT organizations needs to adapt their strategies.
CIO Profiles: Andy Blumenthal, CTO Of The Bureau Of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms And Explosives
Features  |  10/29/2009
This tech chief wishes he had joined government right out of college.
Motorola Posts 3Q Profit
News  |  10/29/2009
The handset maker is looking to its Google Android-based smartphones, like the Verizon Droid, to regain market share.
Sprint Continues To Bleed Customers
Commentary  |  10/29/2009
Sprint reported its third quarter earnings today, and the news wasn't so good. Though Sprint lost customers at a slower pace than the previous two quarters, it still saw overall subscriber numbers drop. So much for that whole "Palm Pre to the Rescue" notion, eh?
Content Management: Collaboration And Social Networks Change The Game
Features  |  10/29/2009
The blurring lines between different types of content mean IT organizations needs to adapt their strategies.
Practical Analysis: Time To Embrace The Netbook
Commentary  |  10/29/2009
One thing's for certain: The computing device policy you laid down a few years ago won't do anymore.
SAP Upgrades BusinessObjects Explorer
Commentary  |  10/29/2009
Last May I complained that the SAP BusinessObjects Explorer release announced at Sapphire wasn't everything I expected from the big, splashy product launch. As of November, however, the missing ingredients -- namely the combination of system-agnostic data integration and acceleration -- will finally be in place. Here's the scoop.
HTC Bringing Android 2.0 To Hero
Commentary  |  10/29/2009
It's no secret that the Motorola Droid's ace-in-the-hole is the Android 2.0 "Eclair" operating system that's on board. The big question on everyone's mind is, will existing Android devices be able to upgrade? The answer is yes. Sort of.
Verizon: Our Network Can Handle The Droid
Commentary  |  10/29/2009
Verizon Wireless and Motorola announced the Droid smartphone yesterday with much hoopla. Neither company spared the competition, and Verizon took a direct shot at AT&T when it said, "We're not anticipating the network will take a hit on this."
Ksplice: No More Reboots?
Commentary  |  10/29/2009
How'd you like to never have to reboot a Linux box again -- no, not even if you have to apply a kernel-level patch? That's the promise of Ksplice, a software technology for Linux (and maybe soon other platforms) designed to allow a system to be patched from the kernel level on up without having to be restarted. It's available right now for Ubuntu, and from what I can see, it's not digital snake oil.
Nortel Sells LTE Packet Assets To Hitachi
News  |  10/29/2009
The $10 million deal for long term evolution technology will enable Hitachi to support the transfer of data from 3G networks to next-generation mobile broadband.
Android 2.0 Revs Enterprise Features
News  |  10/29/2009
The latest version of Google's mobile operating system makes it easier for users to get corporate e-mail, calendar, and contact information on their handsets.
NASA Test Fires 'Mars Rocket'
News  |  10/29/2009
First trial of Ares I-X goes off without a hitch following series of weather delays.
Xerox Unveiling Enterprise Print Services
News  |  10/28/2009
Xerox is expanding its enterprise print services to support home and remote locations and help enterprise customers cut costs and improve efficiency.
Sony Recalls 69,000 Vaio AC Adapters
News  |  10/28/2009
Sony and the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission warn the devices could deliver an electrical shock to users.
IBM Integrates Dev Tools With Tivoli
News  |  10/28/2009
The integration of testing and asset management tools enables software developers to more cleanly automate deployment of new apps.
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