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OutSystems—A platform whose time has come

In this interview, Paulo Rosado, the founder and CEO of OutSystems, talks about how his innovative company was ahead of its time and how it is blazing a new trail in the platform as a service (PaaS) market

America’s best kept software secret

Interview with Jack Dangermond, global technology innovator, billion dollar entrepreneur and head of the world's 6th largest privately owned software company, ESRI.

MANAGEMENT CENTRE

CAREERS

Linux Foundation to offer new certification for IT workers

Online test grants LFCS and LFCE certifications.

IT GOVERNANCE

FCC extends net neutrality comment period to Sept. 15

The U.S. Federal Communications Commission has extended a deadline for comments on its proposed net neutrality rules to Sept. 15, giving members of the public more time to weigh in on how the government should regulate Web traffic.

LEADERSHIP AND MGMT

The Internet of Things calls for a different mindset

Forget investing large and hope people will buy your product or service; it is about adapting in real-time and predicting needs, says Aaron McDonald, CEO of Puttiapps.

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RESOURCE CENTRE

APPLICATIONS

Asia banks need BDA and on-demand network to boost innovation and agility, says SAP Malaysia

Like other businesses, banks cannot leave innovation to chance and must use real-time analytics to become more agile, said SAP Malaysia MD Bernard Chiang.

CLOUD COMPUTING

Nutanix set to launch new hyper-converged platform at VMWorld 2014

Nutanix is set to showcase a new hyper-converged platform and a new software capability enabling hybrid cloud architectures that leverage public cloud services.

DATA CENTER

Wyoming, a cloud leader? Take notes, America

Don't think of Wyoming as a special case -- citizens of all states would benefit from government's cloud shift.

IMAGING AND PRINTING

How the smartphone defeated the point-and-shoot digital camera

A close look at the rapid evolution of smartphone cameras show why point-and-shoot digital cameras are falling by the wayside, even if they're still better cameras.

INDUSTRIES

Lenovo targets small businesses with three new budget-priced desktop PCs

All three systems will include Smart USB Protection that provides IT managers the ability to control the computers' USB ports

INTERNET

How social networks are changing mobile advertising

Why is Facebook, and more recently Twitter, delivering results in mobile advertising while most others continue to struggle? Digital marketing experts weigh in on the secret to mobile advertising success.

MOBILE AND WIRELESS

Mobile apps require customer-first thinking

CIOs need to focus on the 'mobile moments' when consumers or employees want to get something done immediately.

NETWORKING

'Just say no' to Sprint's latest wireless offer

Sprint's latest family plan gives you twice the data as similar plans from AT&T and Verizon for roughly the same price. Sprint will also pay your early termination fee if you jump ship from a competitor while you're still under contract. Sounds great, right? If you take a close look at the details, the luster wears thin in a hurry.

OPERATING SYSTEMS

Linux Foundation to offer new certification for IT workers

Online test grants LFCS and LFCE certifications.

SECURITY

The UPS Store says malware found on systems of 51 stores

The UPS Store said Wednesday that malicious software was found on the systems of 51 of its franchises in 24 U.S. states, although no fraud has been detected yet.

STORAGE

Upgrading your Mac: Moving hard drives from a Mac Pro to iMac

Reader Ruben Diaz is trading up, but would like to take his existing gear with him. He writes:

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