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News Scan: Goldman's top-secret messaging platform; NASA's breakneck cloud migration; More

to assess the root problem. Virtual engineers aren't the whole story, which is worth reading for any ...

News Scan: DT sees $35 per share for T-Mobile too low; Mobile ads may actually be working; more

steady growth The smartphone image sensor market is forecast by TechNavio to increase at a 12.5 percent ...

Angry Birds to get new CEO; Agencies grapple with mobility;

Angry Birds to get new CEO >> Angry Birds maker Rovio chooses a new CEO to succeed longtime boss in 2015 (Venture Beat) T-Mobile adds HTC, Alcatel phones >> T-Mobile Adds HTC and Alcatel Phones, Cuts iPhone Prices (eWeek) Agencies grapple with mobility >> Government Agencies Grapple ...

Apple to include NFC chip in iPhone 6 for mobile payments push

read the AppleInsider story- see the Forbes article- check out the Re/code report Related Articles: ...

Mature markets drag down smartphone shipment growth

with IDC's mobile phone team. According to IDC, mature markets include the U.S., Western Europe, Japan and Canada, while emerging markets include Asia/Pacific (excluding Japan), Latin America, Central and Eastern ...

News Scan: Overcoming bottlenecks to business intelligence; BYOD practices are flourishing, policies are not; More

practices are flourishing; policies are not Bring-your-own-device, or BYOD, practices continue to grow ...

News Scan: New hires need mobility briefing; Judge rejects Apple's bid to ban Samsung phones; more

pick the wrong person | Reining in BYOD expenses] >> Judge rejects Apple's effort to bar ...

Bigger iPad may open door for Apple enterprise growth

Apple's anticipated 12.9-inch iPad could be exactly what the tech company needs to drive much needed growth in the enterprise, according to an article at ZDNet. Bloomberg broke the story early Wednesday morning that Apple plans to launch a larger-screened iPad at the beginning of next year. Tech ...

Tips for addressing cybersecurity with the board

effectiveness." Tell a story and teach a lesson. "Use this time to train your board members and fellow ...

Programmers rejoice! Cobol still has life

Veteran programmers take heart! There is still life in Cobol. At least there is if you would look to healthcare insurer BlueCross BlueShield of South Carolina. As reported by Robert Mitchell on Computerworld, the organization uses six top-of-the-line IBM zEnterprise EC12 systems that run Cobol to process some 19.4 billion ...