Welcome to what for us is the start of a lovely three-day weekend. But before we head off, here's a look at the week's highlights.
HP bought its way into big data analytics, joining IBM and EMC, and leaving some wondering if Dell is being left out in the cold.
We saw Adobe work to make forms sexy, while Congress made its own waves in the web analytics space with the 'Do Not Track' debate, and Gartner asserted that 2011 will be the year enterprise video goes mainstream.
- HP Plays Catch-up With IBM, EMC with Vertica Buy, Dell May Be Out in the Cold
- iPhone, iPad iOS 4.3 Adds MiFi, AirPlay, Tethering and More
- SharePoint Deployment Reaches 44% But Faces Challenges
- Adobe Tries to Make Forms Sexy
- The Mobile Application: Browser vs. Native
- Toura: Manage and Deliver Content in a Mobile App to Multiple Devices
- Make Your Content Smarter #ICC11
- Creating the Mobile Enterprise: Embracing Openness
- Internet Explorer 9 Release Candidate Hits the Streets
- Google Deals With Content Farms by Crowdsourcing Quality Control to Chrome Users
Around the Web
- Want to succeed in online content? Get small, be open, go free
- How Google Can Beat Facebook
- Microsoft Bans Its Own License
- Best Practices for Mobile Retail Strategy
- Don't Dam Social. Channel It.
Featured Events (all events | post an event)
- Feb 23, 2011 -- (Webinar) How Universities Are Building Great, Affordable Sites with Open Source
- Mar 21, 2011 -- AIIM Conference & Expo 2010 (Info360)
- Mar 23, 2011 -- Online Information APAC (Hong Kong)
- May 09, 2011 -- Brain Traffic Content Strategy Conference - ConFab 2011
- May 26, 2011 -- Advanced Intranets & Portals (Amsterdam)