Top 10 Trends in Mobile Computing
The next three to five years will see radical changes come to the field of mobile computing, making smartphones, netbooks and yet-to-be introduced gadgets even more indispensable parts of our lives. What are some of the developments that will power this next phase of evolution? CIOZone presents the Top 10 Trends in Mobile Computing.
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Yes, mobile applications are gaining momentum, but are they at a "tipping point" where they can no longer be ignored by CIOs? In his blog, Laton McCartney looks at the latest developments in mobile and what it will take to reach that tipping point.
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Over the past several weeks IT Management blogger Bob Lewis has generated controversy by suggesting companies get rid of underperformers and replace them with exceptional hires available as a result of the recession. Now Lewis takes aims at managers, saying this is a good time to apply a tough measuring stick.
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Avoiding Broken Windows at Ferrari's Data Center
In a tour of the Ferrari data center in Italy, David Carr was surprised to hear former New York Mayor Rudy Giuliani cited as an expert on data centers. Well, in truth, it was a theory Giuliani has about fixing broken windows and how that applies to data centers. Read on in CIO Conversations to see why it makes sense in this setting.
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