Wednesday, 24 April 2013

Only 15% of enterprises deploying Windows 8; Samsung Galaxy S4 reviews roundup; Apple WWDC 2013

The Editor's Daily Picks

TechRepublic Member | April 24, 2013

Latest poll results: What percentage of your enterprise is running Windows XP?

Microsoft Windows XP is still prominent, but the tide has definitely turned toward Windows 7. Windows 8, however, is out of the picture. Read more

Galaxy S4 reviews go live, an obvious win for Samsung

The embargo on Galaxy S4 reviews lifted and reviewers who spent the last week with the device are enthusiast about all the features and functions. Samsung will sell millions and it should hit stores soon. Read more

Resource of the day

Accelerate SAP While Reducing Risk and Complexity

In this white paper, learn how companies can now take advantage of the unique capabilities of the Oracle Optimized Solution for SAP to simplify the data center.

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Does IT have a problem with women?

Surveys: Aid security research by sharing your experience

Hunting down the mainframe unicorn

Eliminate these common Mac backup errors

News from ZDNet


Apple announces WWDC 2013 details, promises new iOS and OSX builds

A Windows 8 rebuild plan for Microsoft

EMC's Pivotal Initiative takes off with enterprise PaaS debut

Ubuntu 13.04 release: Laying the groundwork for OS' phone and tablet future

EMC's Q1 falls short, customers cautious on IT spending

Want the most reliable Windows PC? Buy a Mac (or maybe a Dell)

The Google Glass genie can't be shoved back in the bottle

Google Glass privacy concerns come to the head

Apple Q2 2013 hardware sales: By the numbers

After Hon Hai, Microsoft adds ZTE to its hitlist of Android patent licensees

HP Pavilion 14-inch Chromebook lands in the UK, but it's no Pixel rival

AMD unveils $999 Radeon HD 7990 dual-GPU graphics card beast

Walmart CTO Chip Hernandez: 'Everyone's going digital'

Picking the brain of 'rock star CIO' Vivek Kundra

The CIO 'can't be an order-taker'

Futurists...and the 'End of Work'

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Data centers in the 21st Century

Today's recommended downloads

User Experience Management and Business Impact Research (Quest Software, now a part of Dell)

Address Translation (NAT) and Port Address Translation (PAT) (Global Knowledge)

On-demand Webcast: How to Keep Up With Data (SAP)

Best Practice Tips on Building a Unified Communications Business Case (ShoreTel)

Reduce Complexity and Accelerate Enterprise Cloud Infrastructure Deployments (Oracle)


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