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John Chambers: Cisco wants 40% market share for future WebEx

converged all its UC resources behind Skype. Another is holding its own as the provider of iPhone ...

Big data may kill higher education as we know it

there exist numerous success stories of people who outright skipped the college degree in favor of forging ...

News Scan: Amazon launches Zocalo app for Android, iOS; Apple provides developers' kit for Apple Watch; more

by 28 percent this year, according to ABI Research. The revenue base is forecast to exceed $1.4 billion ...

News Scan: Approaching 50, Moore's Law gets tougher with age; CSOs can teach CIOs to talk security to the board; More

two-and-a-half years to develop its current 14-nanometer process. (Read more on Intel: What's stopping ...

Poaching picks up for IT talent; IT Hall of Fame seeks nominations;

Firm's 18,000 job cuts were driven by need to free up funds for new product development investment, executives say. >> Product needs, not profit, let to Microsoft layoffs (Computerworld) It's open season for poachers, and CIOs need to be on their guard against these practices to lure away ...

Mobile workspaces popular in regulated industries; IT, business disagree about mobile;

Android >> 8 ways Lollipop 5.0 reinvents Android (InfoWorld) Some iPhone owners will opt for Apple Watch >> 10% of owners of iPhone 5 & up will buy an Apple Watch, predicts Morgan Stanley ...

News Scan: Office Mobile app for Android gets Dropbox; Mobility is changing corporate network patterns; more

on Office Mobile: Microsoft unveils free Office apps for iPhone | Microsoft, Dropbox team up to integrate ...

Starwood CEO ditches PC for iPhone, iPad with keyboard

Frits van Paasschen, CEO of Starwood Hotels and Resorts Worldwide, has ditched his PC for an iPhone and an iPad with a keyboard. "I do all of my work via mobile so essentially my office is wherever I go, and I can be much more productive," van Paasschen tells the Wall Street Journal. ...

One more cross-platform collaborations solution provider: BlackBerry

"Does this mean I can write another BlackBerry story now?") was, "Does this software require ...

Spotlight: Your iPhone encryption or a child's life

The Justice Department recently warned top Apple executives that new encryption technology being loaded onto new iPhones will prevent law enforcement from accessing a kidnapper's phone and could result in a child dying, the Wall Street Journal reports, cited sources who attended the meeting. Apple ...