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Apr 17 2012   12:58PM GMT

The IT Blog Top 10: April 17, 2012

Michael Tidmarsh Michael Tidmarsh Profile: Michael Tidmarsh

Once again, news and views on tablets take top sports as ITKnowledgeExchange bloggers share Google’s latest plans, Asus’ latest gadget and HP’s plunge into the cloud.

1. Ron Miller tries to understand why Google is attempting to sell branded tablets online after its failed phone strategy.

2. Nathan the IT Guy continues his updates on the Transformer Pad Infinity release date.

3. Jack Vaughan speaks to Joyent CTO and co-founder Jason Hoffman about what Node.js is and why his company embraced the JavaScript architecture.

4. The Head in the Clouds blog reports on OpDemand’s integration with GitHub and Puppet Labs.

5. Nathan talks more about Asus Transformer Pad and the mysterious video from Asus.

6. Jane Wright explains why IT security professionals need to look at projects from a different prospective.

7. Miller digs in why HP is taking a plunge into cloud services and the company’s latest announcement.

8. Michael S. Mimoso thinks it’s time for people to ease off IT security leaders and let them do their jobs.

9. Cisco and Juniper Networks have some competition on their hands as Rivka Gewirtz Little reports that Palo Alto Networks has filed for an IPO.

10. Eric Hansen helps users resolve MySQL error 1146.

Michael Tidmarsh is the assistant community editor at ITKnowledgeExchange.com. He can be reached at MTidmarsh@TechTarget.com

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