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  • News: Enterprise SSD testing spec released

    The SNIA has developed a specification that allows users to test solid-state drives from any vendor for their performance.

  • News: IE6 users thrown out of WordPress

    In an update to its blogging software, WordPress has discontinued support for old web browsers. The move in particular targets Internet Explorer 6 - the 10-year-old web browser long superceded, but still used in lots of corporate environments. IE6 users will now not be able to log in to WordPress. Instead they'll be encouraged to upgrade to a more recent version of Microsoft's web browser. A similar exortation to upgrade will appear to users of other, older web browsers when they try to log in.

  • News: Toyota, Salesforce.com set up vehicle owner social network

    Toyota Motor will partner Salesforce.com to offer owners of its electric and plug-in hybrid vehicles a private social network, Toyota Friend, for sharing maintenance tips, the companies announced Monday.

  • News: SABMiller gets global procurement systems on tap

    Brewing giant SABMiller has established global procurement and supply chain systems, a key stage in its ongoing business transformation programme.

  • News: Intel sees opportunity from Asian data center boom

    Intel’s sale of chips and related products to data centers is growing by over 20 percent year-on-year in Asia-Pacific, on the back of increased data center capacity creation in China, South Korea, and Australia, a company executive said.

  • News: Three dead after Foxconn factory blast, Apple investigating

    A third employee had died from injuries caused by an explosion at a factory of Foxconn in Chengdu, China, the company said Sunday. Initial findings show the blast was caused by "combustible dust in a duct."

  • News: RBS CIO: Confidence and respect are key ingredients for successful networking

    Whether you are a man or a woman, all you need is confidence and respect in order to start networking internally, according to RBS CIO Stephen Norman.

  • News: Study: iPads Used More in Bed Than in Bathroom

    Users of Apple's iPad and other tablets prefer to spend more time fiddling with their devices in bed than in the bathroom.

  • News: Firefox Brings 'Do Not Track' to Mobile Browsing

    Tired of advertisers that track your Internet surfing? Your mobile device can help you just say No.

  • News: Analyst: Foxconn Explosion Could Lead to iPad Shortages

    The tech world is abuzz again with worries about shortages of popular products, this time because of an explosion at a Chinese factory that killed two people.

  • News: Forrester: Don't let technology confuse your mobile strategy

    Marketing strategists are confusing companies about how they should reach their customers using mobile technology, and firms should use both mobile apps and the mobile web to do so, according to analyst house Forrester.

  • News: Expensify Adds Receipt Scanning

    Tracking expenses on the road can be a massive productivity breakdown for busy road warriors, particularly if you don't have a fairly effortless way to get all your receipts captured into your expense reporting system. I know more than a few hardcore business travelers for whom a jumble of paper slips at the bottom of the laptop bag usually turns into weeks of procrastination before finally sitting down to organize, record, categorize, and report every little latté purchase or taxi ride from a long trip. The new Expensify app for Android and iOS could be just what these folks need.

  • News: Small Sites Provide Big Airfare Savings

    If you're planning a late-summer trip, you're probably trying to find the best deals on airfare--a daunting task, considering that prices on tickets for domestic flights have risen by 15 percent since last summer. Most people attempt to minimize the credit card damage by hopping over to CheapTickets or Priceline to find a decent deal. If that's your first and last course of action, however, you're probably paying too much. Instead, check out some lesser-known, human-run Websites for good prices that computers can't catch.

  • News: Exchange Online Issues Shake Faith in Office 365

    Customers of Microsoft Exchange Online have not been happy campers lately. Following sporadic, sometimes lengthy outages a week ago, many customers experienced significant lag as email queues backed up. With the impending launch of Office 365, issues like these do not inspire confidence.

  • News: Day 20: Collaborating in Real-Time With Google Docs

    30 Days With...Google Docs: Day 20

  • News: Sony PlayStation Network Breach and Other Tweets of the Week

    This Week's Top Story: PSN Fiasco

  • News: Prison healthcare system rollout complete

    An electronic health record system has been rolled out to all prisons in England.

  • News: Industry agrees on security vulnerability reporting format

    Three years after its founding, the Industry Consortium for Advancement of Security on the Internet (ICASI) is starting to bear fruit with the launch of version 1.0 of its framework designed to allow tech vendors to more easily share data on software vulnerabilities.

  • Opinion: Connecting Reverse Logistics, Recycling, Sustainability

    Just recently, IDC's David Daoud released a report on the staggering weight of PCs and related devices and accessories recycled in the United States in 2010. (For Earth Day, IDC has posted a free version of this document with registration.) The total weight amounted to about 8 lb per capita or a total weight of 2.5 billion pounds in 2010 (2,506,659,212lb). We're talking about PCs (about 44% of the total), PC displays (27%), multifunction peripherals (about 15%), and the remainder primarily from mobile phone devices, x86 servers, digital cameras, nonenterprise storage, keyboards, mice, and cables.

  • Opinion: Supply Chain in the Cloud - Looking Beyond TCO

    I have had a significant number of conversations recently about cloud, and how it applies specifically to the supply chain. OK, not all that surprising, after all, along with mobility, cloud is very much at the apex of the hype cycle. Yet if one looks beyond the hype, cloud offers the potential to not only transform how supply chain organizations procure IT capabilities, but also to fundamentally change how they manage business processes. Certainly I do not wish to 'over-egg' the omelet here, or suggest that this will happen tomorrow, but it is coming -- and perhaps faster than we might appreciate.



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