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August 25, 2011  9:24 AM

Jobs goes: can Apple take the NeXTstep

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Apple, steve jobs

In the book "Insanely Great", which tells the story of how the Apple Mac was created, Steve Jobs comes across as a driven character, perfectionist, whose...

January 11, 2011  3:16 AM

Would Rights Management reduce leakage from increased BI use?

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Apple, BI, BlackBerry, Collaboration, Digital rights management, DRM, ipad, iPhone, Microsoft, PlayBook, Security

Anytime you allow people access to core and sensitive corporate data you need to ensure that there is a security process in place. With users now being encouraged to use BI to mine through those corporate database treasure troves to find even the merest hint of gold, the risks to corporate data...


August 16, 2010  5:15 PM

DBAs need to take control of Wikis

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Apple, Collaboration, DBA, Lotus Domino, wiki

Delivering cost-effective and maintainable content is not easy. Companies have spent literally hundreds of millions of pounds worldwide on websites, content management systems (CMS), hosting sites and bandwidth. Despite this, many companies freely admit...


July 16, 2010  10:08 AM

The problem with Apple

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Apple, fault, ipad, iPhone, left-hand, recall

The media seems to love the iPhone and iPad. TV gadget shows, celebrities and  journalists feed the hype over a new Apple product. An iPhone or iPad launch is a big event, which drives more and more people to  buy products on Day One of launch, before anyone has even reviewed the...


June 25, 2009  2:47 PM

Steve Jobs needs a successor

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Apple, steve jobs

The Wall Street Journal reported last week that Steve Jobs, the  head of Apple, had a liver transplant two months ago after treatment for pancreatic cancer. If we look at how Microsoft prepared for the retirement of Bill Gates, with Steve Ballmer taking a very public role and...


October 14, 2008  7:41 PM

Apple MacBook – Steve Jobs’s lost opportunity

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Advent, Apple, ASUS, HP, MacBook, Netbook

We had a moment earlier today on the ComputerWeekly.com news desk. Someone was raving about how important this new Apple would be. "Sub $800, that'll change the market, why buy a PC et etc etc." Well, as it turned out, Steve Jobs blew it.

He could have really gone to town with a...


July 16, 2008  10:07 PM

Sony paints corporate image for designer Vaio

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air, Apple, MacBook, Sony, vaio, XP

This afternoon I was at the launch of a family of business laptop PCs from Sony.  Powered by the latest generation of Intel Centrino and Core Duo chips, the new Sony Vaios offer...


February 20, 2008  7:04 PM

Software needs a money-back guarantee

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Adobe, Apple, McAfee, Microsoft, Symatec

I'm really glad the National Consumer Council has asked the Office of Fair Trading to look at the preposterous end user licence agreement of big software providers including Adobe, Apple, McAfee, Microsoft and...


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