Archives: November 2012

Windows RT and 8 sales: Signs point to a major flop

November 12, 2012
Microsoft may be using creative accounting to paper over poor sales, but don't believe the hype that it'll lead to Ballmer's ouster
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End-users admit ignorance of corporate cloud policies

November 08, 2012
Symantec survey reveals that most employees don't know -- or don't care -- whether they're allowed to use cloud services
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MobileIron and Good break new ground with secure containers on mobile devices

November 08, 2012
Containerization may be the future of mobile security, surpassing MDM and MAM in overall ability and importance
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CloudStack thrives under Apache, adds Amazon Web Services support

November 08, 2012
Citrix's gambit to dump OpenStack in favor of CloudStack under Apache may pay off
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The scramble to write Windows RT drivers

November 07, 2012
The nasty surprise behind Windows RT tablets: It may not support your favorite printer or other hardware -- even new models
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Windows RT is fat -- so what?

November 07, 2012
The blogosphere is lit up with a factoid painfully obvious to anyone who's used Windows: The OS takes up a big chunk of space
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Microsoft's Surface RT may win by default

November 07, 2012
Seven or more hardware manufacturers were slated to have Windows RT tablets out at this point, but Asus and Microsoft currently are the only horses in the race
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Symantec promises customers protection it can't provide for itself

November 05, 2012
Company is spreading its 'safe cloud' vision and technology while investigating a hack attack it suffered today
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Like it or not, closures are coming to Java

November 05, 2012
Long a goal of Java founder James Gosling, the new programming method should aid multicore development, but some aren't happy about it
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Native mobile app dev vs. HTML5: Why not both?

November 02, 2012
Mobile app developers see strengths in both paradigms as well as in a hybrid approach
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