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  • News: IT shops sifting RIM's bold promises and plans

    Research in Motion executives and managers practiced staying "on message" at BlackBerry World this week, repeating a series of mantras about the company's directions and product plans. Yet the simple message is running into the hard practicalities of enterprise IT customers, and they want details and nuance.

  • News: Juniper joins Cisco, Enterasys in BYOD management fray

    Juniper this week unveiled new and enhanced products designed to secure mobile device access to enterprise networks.

  • News: Hitachi 4TB hard drives tested

    Hitachi's new 4TB hard drives (5K4000 and 7K4000) perform well in Hardware Info tests

  • News: Cloud governance -- manage the cloud challenge

    The word governance derives from the Greek verb ??ße???? [kubernáo], which means to steer, and was used for the first time in a metaphorical sense by Plato (according to Wikipedia). Wikipedia further expands on the term, rightly calling it "the act of governing". Governance relates to decisions that define expectations, grant power, or verify performance.

  • News: Men chuck or reformat old devices more so than women

    A study commissioned by the UK's Information Commissioner's Office (ICOI) has revealed that just 11 per cent of 230 discarded second hand hard drives contained personal information.

  • News: Is it really time to run AV on your Mac?

    No matter which way you slice the numbers, the sheer volume and variety of Windows malware makes running XP, Vista or 7 without antivirus far more risky than running any version of Mac OS X without antivirus.

  • News: Malicious QR codes: a mobile security blind spot

    It's hard to read in-store signage, magazine or newspaper advertisements or product brochures these days without seeing a quick response Code (QR Code) -- the blocky, square two-dimensional barcodes that let smartphone users quickly jump to a Web address by simply taking a photo of the code block.

  • News: Cisco to acquire real-time network analytics firm Truviso

    Cisco announced Thursday that it plans to acquire network analytics company Truviso for an undisclosed amount, in an effort to help users hone operational efficiencies.

  • News: How to land a cybersecurity job

    Cybersecurity jobs are plentiful, from government, financial services and utilities to manufacturing and retail. But what skills do IT professionals need to qualify for these high-paying jobs?

  • News: RIM tantalizes crowd with BB10 demo

    Some 5,000 Research In Motion application developers and partners were wowed Tuesday by the first public demonstration of the capabilities of next-generation BlackBerry 10 operating system.

  • News: RIM won't abandon physical keypad

    The beloved BlackBerry physical keyboard won't disappear when the new generation of handsets is revealed later this year, the head of Research In Motion has told reporters.

  • News: Criteo launches competition to find 100 new software engineers

    Criteo, the online search advertising banner company, is looking to employ 100 engineers to strengthen its research and development team based at its Paris labs.

  • News: Taking the heat at BlackBerry World

    It was hot outside the Florida hotel where this year's annual BlackBerry World conference took place. Inside, it apparently wasn't hot enough for some financial analysts.

  • News: 8 More New Uses for Your Old Smartphone

    If you’re searching for a new GPS navigator or a touchscreen remote control, a good place to find one is at the bottom of your desk drawer. Old smartphones, long forgotten after being buried under a pile of debris, still pack some punch with a decent processor, GPS, Wi-Fi, and Bluetooth--and the devices can run apps that transform them into a new stand-alone machine.

  • News: Ink-onomics: Can You Save Money By Spending More on Your Printer?

    Buying the inkjet printer or inkjet MFP (multifunction printer) that is best suited to your budget should be simple. It's not--and the complication is the ink. Replenishing this vital fluid costs much more over time than the printer itself costs initially, yet unwary buyers often overlook that expense. To find the most economical printer over the long haul, you need to pay attention to ink-onomics--how much your printer's inks cost and how much ink you'll use.

  • News: Oxford University hit hard by Mac Flashback infections

    In a small window into the chaos wrought by the Mac Flashback Trojan, the University of Oxford Computing Services team has described it as the worst malware outbreak it has had to contend with since the Windows Blaster worm of 2003.

  • News: Pirate Bay urges UK users to circumvent ISP blockade

    Notorious file-sharing site The Pirate Bay is urging users in the UK to circumvent a block on its services, after the British High Court ruled that the site infringes copyright “on a massive scale”.

  • News: McAfee hands secure USB stick business to Imation

    McAfee is to getting out of encrypted USB drives, handing the business to storage specialist Imation in a deal that can be interpreted as an exit, a takeover or a consolidation depending on which perspective it is viewed from.

  • News: Cellcrypt announces voice encryption tie-up with Verizon

    British mobile security firm Cellcrypt is partnering with carrier giant Verizon to sell its voice encryption technology for mobiles and smartphones to the US Government, the pair have announced.

  • News: Application performance management top priority for CIOs: Quocirca

    Application performance management is the top priority for IT executives in 2012, beating improvements to private cloud, network upgrades and new internal apps, according to a report by analyst firm Quocirca.



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