TechRepublic Member | September 26, 2012
One Olympic legacy: More working from home
Companies are going to continue with the flexible-working polices they put in place for the London 2012 Olympics. Read more
Cracking Open the Apple iPhone 5
Resource of the day
Unified Communications Buyer's Guide
Deciding to invest in a unified communications system for your business is a good idea, but it's only the first step. With this buyer's guide you'll learn the important questions to ask before investing in a unified communications system.
Cloud computing: Why governments will face a battle to make it work
Cloud computing is more complicated than swapping out one technology for another - it's about changing the way organisations operate, something that goverments find hard to do. Read more
Additional TechRepublic resources
CIO50 - help decide who really are the most influential CIOs in the UK
Voting for the CIO50 is now open for UK-based CIOs - so get involved. Read more
Raspberry Pi and Beer: A match made in heaven
Bought a Raspberry Pi? Like beer? Then you have to check out this Pi-powered attempt to apply science to the dark art of brewing. View on site
Today's recommended downloads
Comparison of Cisco and ShoreTel Unified Communication Solutions (ShoreTel)
Free 30 day Trial of Ericom PowerTerm WebConnect: The Citrix Alternative (Ericom Software)
Building a better mousetrap in anti-malware (Webroot Software)
Nestle: Near Zero Downtime to Upgrade (SAP)
Real World Example: Improving Network Performance Using HP ProLiant Servers (Hewlett-Packard (HP))
Apple vs Samsung: Time to fix this patent farce
Forget the Apple vs Samsung courtroom drama: what really should be on trial is the broken nature of patents and the so-called intellectual property industry.
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