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August, 2011

August 17, 2011  12:45 PM

Can RIM survive when their own execs say “Nothing has changed”?

Posted by: Michael Morisy
Apple, BlackBerry, iPhone, Motorola, RIM

Al Sacco, an open BlackBerry optimist, has a great interview with Mike Kirkup, RIM's Director of Developer Relations. Kirkup goes through all the great advances...

August 16, 2011  10:00 AM

Guide to VMWorld 2011

Posted by: Michael Morisy
VMWorld 2011

We're packing up our bags and once more hitting the sands of Las Vegas to bring you the latest news, tips and IT strategies straight from VMWorld 2011. Get real-time updates from Michael by following @ITKE on...

August 11, 2011  11:41 AM

Gartner vs. IBM

Posted by: Michael Morisy
Gartner, IBM

Of the many IT analyst firms out there, few cast as wide and long a shadow as Gartner, in particular the

August 10, 2011  10:01 AM

Would you join the data center Mod Squad?

Posted by: MelanieYarbrough
Data Center, data center in a box, Modular Data Centers

We've explored data-centers-in-a-box, but it seems the concept of modular data centers is gaining a bit of ground. Whether you're not sure what you'll need in the future...

August 5, 2011  8:59 AM

Is 15 years of Microsoft enough preparation to fix government IT?

Posted by: MelanieYarbrough
CIO, Cloud computing, Data Center, Federal Government

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August 4, 2011  7:17 AM

How the recession is saving the world

Posted by: MelanieYarbrough
Data Center, Green IT

The New York Times'...

August 3, 2011  2:48 PM

Rise of the Machines: How Automation Helped Crush Errors and Return Some Sanity to IT

Posted by: Michael Morisy

The IT team at BECU (formerly the Boeing Employee Credit Union) has a big...

August 2, 2011  7:50 AM

Apple, Firefox finally start to pay businesses respect

Posted by: Michael Morisy
Apple, Firefox, iPhone, Mozilla

A faster, more iterative development process, with more features, fewer bugs and quicker competition, is a welcome change for...

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