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Lenovo’s WRITEit Makes Digital Pens Truly Usable

Lenovo announced the release of WRITEit, a Windows 8 app that runs on a select group of Lenovo devices to allow use of a digital pen to input data. More >

Nokia Moves to Acquire Alcatel-Lucent

This week in tech news, Nokia to acquire Alcatel-Lucent, HDMI 2.0 comes to monitors, and doctors still rely heavily on PCs. More >

IPv6 Is Finally Reaching Acceptance

Major carriers in the U.S. and abroad are now reporting increasing usage of the Internet Protocol version 6 (IPv6). More >

Redefining Enterprise BYOD: Meeting Tomorrow's Demands

While we have much to accomplish in our quest for the mobile enterprise, many lessons have already been learned; lessons we can apply moving forward. More >

Verizon on Mobile Security Threats: Nothing to Worry About

The Verizon report should be met with a certain amount of skepticism because painting a bright picture serves the carrier that makes its money based on its network being used. More >

Poll of 1,000 Engineers Finds Not One Will Buy an Apple Watch

Owler, a data services company, revealed a survey of 8,000 professionals that showed that the majority of engineers have strong opinions about Apple and its watch. More >

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Interviews

Poll of 1,000 Engineers Finds Not One Will Buy an Apple Watch

Owler, a data services company, revealed a survey of 8,000 professionals that showed that the majority of engineers have strong opinions about Apple and its watch.

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Common Methods of Protecting Mobile Data Security Are Outdated, CEO Insists

CEO Tony Busseri pulled no punches in identifying what he sees as flaws in technologies that are widely used to secure mobile data.

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BYOD, Wireless Drive Network Complexity

The explosion of wireless devices has increased the number of devices workers use at home and at work. Ankur Chadda discusses the implications this has on the enterprise.

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Most Popular Features

Getting Ahead of Your Organization's IT Skills Gap

Many CIOs are enthused by the potential of the Internet of Things, Big Data and cloud computing, but are uncertain as to whether they are prepared to maintain an IT workforce with all the necessary skills to support it.

The Linux Foundation Starts Open Source Encryption Project

The Linux Foundation's Let’s Encrypt project will reduce the effort it takes to encrypt data in an application down to two simple commands.

The Seven Ways to Review Code Like a Boss

The code review, or in developer parlance, the pull request, is the number one way to set the tone, rhythm and bar needed to build a high-performing team.

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