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Alexander Wolfe is a former editor for InformationWeek.
Articles by Alexander Wolfe
posted in July 2009

iPhone Smackdown: TechCrunch's Arrington Versus Forrester's Colony

I hate to dive into the traffic-trolling antics of TechCrunch's Michael Arrington, but I will (and not just because I'm chasing clicks, too). In his post about why he's abandoning the iPhone, he's apparently coming around to the view I've espoused for years. Namely, there are better options out there. He's opting for an Android; I say Blackberry's better.

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Enterprises Iffy On Windows 7 Migration

Being a big fan of Windows 7, I was surprised to find that there's no mad rush by enterprises to migrate to the new operating system, and that Microsoft's ending of support for XP is the biggest factor in pushing businesses to upgrade. These are the early results of a just-completed InformationWeek Analytics survey on Windows 7, of which I'll offer a partial peek, if you click

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Death Of DRM Means Rise Of Anti-Counterfeiting Wars

You think the drug wars are bad? Then just wait until we've got SWAT teams, empowered by the upcoming ACTA anti-counterfeiting trade agreement, taking down the local DVD duplicating operation. It'll make anti-DRM advocates long for the grandma-suing ways of the RIAA.

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Video: Google Chrome OS Isn't Challenge To Microsoft

The significance of Google's Chrome OS announcement is not the OS itself -- remember, it's not an actual product yet. Rather, it spotlights the shift away from laptops to netbooks and smartphones. Laptops are still corporate tools. But once applications and data are in the cloud, enterprises will ditch the costlier computers and get with true lightweight platforms.

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Wolfe's Den Vlog: SAP BI Goes Social With Clearspace

I've just posted a short video about SAP's deal with Jive Software, which lets you embed dynamic analytics widgets inside your blog posts. I mean "dynamic" not in the sense of multicolor whiz-bang (which usually aren't) charts. I'm talking serious Crystal Reports graphics, so you can showcase Business Intelligence (BI) with multiple data slices before your entire company, right there on the corporate Clearspace wiki.

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