5 Cloud Migration Tips From IBM's CIO
Big Blue isn't just pitching cloud technology, it's migrating its own apps to a shared, virtualized infrastructure. CIO Jeannette Horan shares her lessons learned to date.
Drupal Gets Social Software Facelift
Acquia's Commons 2.0 community management tool provides Facebook-style activity feeds with like and share buttons for the open source content management system.
Wyoming Completes Google Apps Migration
Days prior to Microsoft's Office 365 launch, the first state government to drop its in-house software in favor of Google's cloud-computing offering announced that all 10,000 employees have made the move.
How To Plug SharePoint's Social Holes
Microsoft SharePoint offers a solid foundation, but many enterprises need to customize it or add third-party tools such as NewsGator Social Sites to get the desired social collaboration capabilities.
Inside Windows Phone Mango
Microsoft sent out devices loaded with the next version of Windows Phone and the reviews are starting to appear. But the company needs to do more to ensure the launch is successful.
ARM Edges Into Enterprise Servers
Calxeda's Trailblazer Initiative has lined up 10 "big data" partners on an ecosystem to close ARM's gap with Intel in the enterprise server space.
Apple iCloud Purchasing First Look
Apple's iCloud will give you the ability to see all apps you've purchased on any of your iOS devices and download them to your iPhone, iPad, or iPod Touch without a wire in sight. Join BYTE executive editor Brian Burgess for a look at the service that will show you what to expect.
Apple WWDC: Lion OS Roars In At Just $29
Apple takes a direct job at Microsoft with this pricing on the next version of Max OSX, available next month only through the Mac App store. And with full-screen apps, Apple also swings at Google's Chrome OS.
Apple WWDC Visual Tour: First Look At iCloud, Lion, iOS 5, And More
Fresh from Apple's WWDC event, see images and details on Apple's iCloud service, Lion OS, iOS 5 for iPhone and iPad and other goodies unveiled by Steve Jobs. InformationWeek.com's Fritz Nelson brings you the latest from the company known for design style as much as substance.
Microsoft Cracks Down On Bulk App Publishers
To ensure the Windows Mobile Marketplace is populated with a higher percentage of quality apps, the site will restrict the number of apps a developer can submit each day to 20.