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  • News: Omni Group releases OmniOutliner for iPad

    If you see yourself as an on-the-go info junkie who’s itching for an iPad tool worthy of the Omni Group’s name, I am happy to say that you finally have a reason to get your iTunes Store password ready. We previewed OmniOutliner for iPad in January at Macworld Expo 2011, but as of Thursday, you can now get your fingers on a downloadable version of the mobile outlining app.

  • News: BlackBerry PlayBook Video Chat Behind the Firewall

    If you're attempting to employ RIM's brand new BlackBerry PlayBook Video Chat application while connected to a corporate network, but keep experiencing connectivity issues, your problems could be related to blocked ports or port forwarding in your enterprise firewall.

  • News: Apple Sued Again Over iOS Location and Data Sharing

    Apple is in the hot seat again in a new lawsuit that says iPad and iPhone user location data and other personal information is being shared with third-party advertisers. Apple is accused of aiding and abetting the "intentional taking and transmitting" of user data to third parties. The suit, filed in U.S. District Court in Puerto Rico, also names Pandora Media and The Weather Channel, but leaves the door open to name more defendants at a later date. This latest lawsuit was first reported by The Loop.

  • News: FAQ: IPv6 for enterprise networks

    With the availability of IPv4 addresses drying up, enterprise IT managers know they need to move to IPv6, but the migration raises all sorts of questions. In this excerpt from the book 'IPv6 for Enterprise Networks,' the authors answer many of those questions.

  • News: Facebook launched smear campaign against Google

    Social network Facebook has admitted it hired a PR firm to plant negative stories about Google in the media.

  • News: Typesafe aims to bring Scala development to enterprises

    Startup company's JVM-compatible Scala-based software stack is geared toward parallel and distributed computing environments

  • News: The Pirate Bay Blocked by Comcast? ISP Says 'No'

    The Pirate Bay is unavailable for customers of Comcast, even as the torrent site remains online for other users.

  • News: Google Android, Apple iOS devices corralled by new device manager

    Android and iOS mobile devices now can be corralled by a Smith Micro device management application unveiled this week at the Interop show in Las Vegas. Client-side code makes even personally-owned devices visible to enterprise IT managers.

  • News: Protect Your Data From the Breach Epidemic

    In late April, users of Sony's PlayStation Network (PSN) or Sony Online Entertainment, were victimized by a series of data breaches that exposed sensitive information about 100 million customers, as well as tens of thousands of credit card numbers. The breach grabbed headlines around the world, but incidents of this type are more common than you might think.

  • News: Sony Warned over Security

    UK Culture Minister Ed Vaizey has issued Sony a stern warning that it needs to improve its data security measures, or face heavy fines.

  • News: Citrix will stream Windows apps to Chrome OS laptops

    Can desktop virtualization make Chrome OS a full replacement for Windows?

  • News: Mu Dynamics extends app testing to groups of apps

    Mu Dynamics has extended its application testing software to recreate the current mix of applications in production and then test these as a group to see how they affect the network and each other.

  • News: Little Indie's New Platform

    Little Indie seeks to get independent developers more exposure through online distribution on its new platform, along with marketing and public relations.

  • News: Twitter's Mobile Site Gets iPhone-App Makeover

    Twitter has refreshed its mobile website to look more like its iPhone client, with a twist: it's upside down. Touchscreen smartphone users going to twitter.com will soon be able to access the new Web app, which resembles the official Twitter iOS client, but features the menu icons at the top instead of at the bottom of the screen.

  • News: Intel, partners push for cloud standards

    Intel and its partners in the Open Data Center Alliance are working to extend cloud computing so the technology can overcome criticism from Internet guru Vinton Cerf and others.

  • News: Cloud-based security as a service: It's catching on and here's why

    When technology manager Lincoln Cannon wants to give his company's employees and business partners controlled access to various internal resources or cloud-based services the company uses, he goes to one cloud-based single sign-on security service to assign access privileges.

  • News: Twitpic forced to clarify how ToS changes affect copyright

    An online service that lets web users upload images to Twitter has been forced to clarify how changes to its terms and conditions affect copyright ownership of photos.

  • News: Visa's mobile payment plan 'most comprehensive to date'

    Visa's plan to launch a digital wallet system in the U.S. and Canada this fall is by far the most ambitious of any such initiative announced so far.

  • News: Google 'Chromebook' focuses on enterprise push

    Google took another step toward the enterprise this week when executives unveiled the 'Chromebook,' a notebook PC that could boost both its new operating system and cloud-based apps.

  • News: Martha Lane-Fox launches Alpha.gov.uk website

    Martha Lane-Fox has launched Alpha.gov.uk, an experimental prototype website to show how people can engage with government services online.

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