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Enterprise Mobility: 10 iPhone Apps That Make Enterprise Life Easier

Apple's iPhone apps—also available for the iPod Touch—have exponentially increased in number since the July 2008 opening of the App Store. While many of the available smartphone applications are designed for more

IT Security & Network Security News & Reviews: eWEEK Labs How-To: Using the NoScript Extension for Firefox to Protect Against Web-Based Malware

Listen as eWEEK Chief Technology Analyst Jim Rapoza walks you through installation of the NoScript Firefox extension. NoScript uses whitelist-based, pre-emptive script blocking to prevent more

IT Security & Network Security News & Reviews: Security Experts Weigh In on Insider Threats

Security experts provide perspective on the insider threat and strategies for mitigating it, including automation, acceptable-use policies, traffic inspection, security training and auditing. The goal: to make it easy for users to do the right thing—and difficult or impossible to do the wrong thing.

Desktops and Notebooks: eWEEK Labs Finds the Best of Demo 09

There's a netbook with touch-pad capabilities, a Web-based application that automatically pulls in Web links and data relevant to content on a Web site, a security Web service, and a tool that converts enterprise applications for more

Enterprise Mobility: Turns iPhone into Killer E-book Reader

On March 3, quietly released the Kindle for iPhone application through the Apple App Store. Like Kindle devices, Apple iPhones can now download e-books from over the air. Kindle for iPhone arguably more

Desktops and Notebooks: New Macs Pull Hard on the Heart, Harder on the Wallet

What company but Apple would be so audacious as to introduce new desktops—iMac, Mac Mini and Mac Pro—during a recession and when PC sales are declining? Gartner forecasts a 32 percent year-over-year more

Desktops and Notebooks: CeBIT 2009 Unfolds as a Diminished Yet Still Imposing Tech Event

HANNOVER, Germany—This isn't your father's—or even your fatherland's—CeBIT. This isn't at all like 2001, when about 850,000 people crowded the 28 pavilions, attendees crammed into buses more

Desktops and Notebooks: eWEEK Labs at Demo 09: The Touch Book

Debuting at Demo the week of March 2, the Touch Book, by Always Innovating, is one of the more innovative netbook designs to date, combining the features of a netbook and a touch-pad.

IT & Network Infrastructure : Ferrari Driving Its New APC Data Center as Hard as Its Race Cars

Ferrari, which started in 1947 as the racing division of Fiat, builds and sells about 6,000 automobiles each year and designs and creates several hundred custom-made racing vehicles each Formula One season. more

Debian's Lenny Remains an Apt Community Linux Option

Debian GNU/Linux 5.0, which is also known by the "Toy Story"-inspired name "Lenny," sports the same excellent software management tools and broad processor architecture support that marked previous Debian releases. more
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