Computer Weekly Editor's Blog:

January, 2009


January 13, 2009  6:25 PM

New media, new journalism and the New York Times

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journalsim, online, social media

I am really interested in the way traditional media companies, like the one I work for, handle the move online. I guess its because I work at the coalface where that change is happening and I am also utterly fascinated about new ways of communicating (social media) and how journalism is changing...

January 12, 2009  7:54 PM

What will happen to IT in this recession

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Downturn, IT, Recession

Great post by leading US IT analyst and influencer Robin Bloor on what trends he predicts will happen in the IT industry as the recession plays out.

What do you reckon - does this make sense


January 7, 2009  4:31 PM

Apple misses enterprise mobile computing chance at MacWorld

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Apple, iPod, iTunes, IWork, Mobile Computing

Shorn of its leader at what a lot of people in mainstream IT regard as the annual love-in for PC haters, or  MacWorld, where mere mention of the word Windows has attracted jeers and rapid responses, Apple was somewhat up against it to provoke a...


January 6, 2009  8:59 PM

MacWorld keynote – what’s in it for you and the enterprise

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Apple, iTunes, Laptops, macworld

Well iTunes going DRM-free from the end of Q1 2009 may have made the big news at MacWorld's keynote this evening (UK time), but was there anything for the enterprise?.. Find out by going to our coverage on the


January 6, 2009  3:17 PM

Mobile broadband renaissance already?

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HSDPA, HSPA, Mobile Computing, premium

One of the things that you just have to admire about the telecoms and IT industries is no matter what the circumstances, no matter how close to the head the sword of Damocles is to businesses, there is always the bright new dawn.

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January 5, 2009  12:03 PM

Microsoft cuts thousands of jobs, but what will be the ripple effect?

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Microsoft, Recession

OK, so the first bit of bad news for the tech sector and the New Year has hardly got under way...... Microsoft to cut 17% of its workforce. So its not confirmed yet, but this rumour has been gathering strength


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