InformationWeek's Editor's Picks of the Week
Oct 2, 2009
Here's our list of editor's picks for the most interesting and significant stories on InformationWeek (http://www.informationweek.com/) this week:
1) Microsoft Tests Container Approach In Chicago Data Center
Microsoft's new data center in Chicago runs servers packed in shipping containers to let it quickly add or remove capacity as it tries to compete with Google in online services.
2) Wolfe's Den Podcast: Trend Micro Takes Security To The Cloud
Eva Chen, CEO and co-founder of Trend Micro, talks about what cloud-computing users should do to secure their data and how her company is itself using the cloud to protect against the explosion of malware."
3) Global CIO: Will Oracle Or SAP Blink First On 22% Maintenance Fees?
As a new investment report and an article in Barron's question the sustainability of the inflexible annual fees, we offer three scenarios for how this extremely important situation will play out.
4) The Government CIO 50: Driving Change In The Public Sector
InformationWeek's first-ever compilation of top CIOs in federal, state, and local government, and how they're managing new expectations.
5) Windows 7 Survival Guide: From 32- To 64-Bit
Your old hardware isn't doomed. Here's how to migrate 32-bit printers and scanners onto your 64-bit version of the Windows 7 operating system.
6) What CIOs Think About Windows 7 Most are doing some testing, but many have no firm deployment plans.
7) Four Technologies That Are Reshaping Business Intelligence
Next-generation BI is being formed by predictive analytics, real-time monitoring, in-memory processing, and SaaS.
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