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iPhone's Bad Business
Millions of users of the Apple’s wildly popular phone just found out it no longer works with office email systems. Did Steve Jobs’ company betray its users?
What a difference a little update makes. Users of Apple's iPhone models 3G and earlier got a rude awakening at work this past week: Their phones no longer work with their office's email systems.
The Mainframe: The Dinosaur That Wouldn't Die
By Michael Neubarth
This year marks the 45th anniversary of the IBM mainframe. As Tanapong Ittisakulchai wrote in the Nation in May, "Forty-five years ago, on April 7, 1964, the introduction of the IBM System/360 sparked a revolution in computing and business."
New Key Features in PCmover for Windows 7 Announced
Supercomputers pitted against one another in a high-stakes battle of attack and counterattack over a global network where predatory algorithms trawl the information stream, competing every millisecond to gain an informational advantage over rivals. It sounds like Hollywood fiction, but it's just an average trading day on the stock market.
By John Stokes | Last updated July 27, 2009 11:12 PM CT
Least-Privilege Technology Still Swimming Upstream, But Making Progress
Fundamental shift in endpoint security might be easier with rollout of Windows 7, experts say
Jul 10, 2009 | 10:39 AM
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