Tech Sanity Check
TechRepublic Member | February 27, 2012
Editor's note Don't miss the latest stories from Mobile World Congress 2012 from CNET and ZDNet in the links below. -Jason
Personal data encryption, IT and the Fifth Amendment
Last week, a federal court for the first time ruled that the Fifth Amendment of the U.S. Constitution -- the right to not self-incriminate -- protects against "forced decryption." Read more
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Making Social Publishing cheaper with Open Source Software like Drupal
Social publishing is a great solution for your online marketing needs. Unfortunately, this solution can present new problems when deciding which publishing platform to use. Read this white paper to learn about Drupal's open source approach.
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News from CNET
Mobile World Congress Day 2: What you missed
The hottest phones and tablets of Mobile World Congress 2012
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Android chief: We must 'double down' on tablets, win the market
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Barcelona prepares for Mobile World Congress (photos)
Five apps that pave the way for DIY healthcare
Creating art with old CDs (photos)
Live Webcast: Build a Winning Business Case for a New Web Content Management Technology
If your system for managing your web content is looking stale, now is the time to update it. Check out this webcast to learn more about updating your web content management system and what it can do for you.
Today's recommended downloads
Live Webcast: Top Considerations for Effective Managed Security for 2012 and Beyond (AT&T)
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Virtualization and Cloud Computing: Optimized Power, Cooling, and Management Maximizes Benefits (APC by Schneider Electric)
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Implementing energy-efficient data centers (APC by Schneider Electric)
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