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March 30, 2012  3:32 PM

RIM a RIM of roses, they all fall down

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BlackBerry, RIM

It seems Research in Motion is playing swings and roundabouts with its business strategy. It wants to clarify about getting out of the consumer market.This came in earlier today:

April 19, 2011  5:28 PM

Consumer tech: the flip side…

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BlackBerry, smartphone

The Blackberry Enterprise Server was a gold standard, but has become a backdoor for government access, warned Michael Everall, Ciso Lehmans Holdings, in a keynote session at Infosecurity Europe earlier today.

A panel of chief information security officers discussed the merits of...


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...


January 3, 2011  1:51 PM

IBM unleashes Cognos and then uploads it into the Cloud

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BI, BlackBerry, cloud, Cognos, Collaboration, Enterprise, IBM, Microsoft, SME, User experience

IBM unveiled Cognos 10 in Las Vegas late last year and then went on a worldwide press trip to get out its marketing message "Cognos 10: Intelligence Unleashed". As taglines go, it really begs to be slapped around a bit but maybe later.

Cognos 10 is an upgrade to Cognos 8.4. No, that is...


April 9, 2010  8:02 AM

Apple targets theenterpise with iPhone 4.0

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BlackBerry, iPhone, Microsoft, nokia

With iPhone 4.0 Apple has made the iPhone enterprise ready. The new operating sytsem is mutli-tasking, supports SSL VPNs for secure connections to corporate networks, and includes a suite of APIs for protecting data and managing iPhones.

Apple is also allowing enterprises to distribute...


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