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Between The Lines Columnist What's Next For IBM Security?
By Mathew J. Schwartz
BM's new security mantra for enterprises might be summed up like this: Think big, see small. It's marrying security monitoring, big data analytics, and threat intelligence.

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Finnish phone maker may reveal new, low-cost devices in CEO Stephen Elop's World Mobile Congress keynote.

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Virtual desktop based on cloud gaming tech claims to bring speedier Microsoft Office, Flash to iPad than market leader Citrix Receiver can deliver.

HP Earnings Down, Optimism Inexplicably Up
CEO Meg Whitman says HP needs to own the cloud, security, and analytics, but gives no guidance on how the company will do that.

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Special Operations Command had planned to acquire nearly 3,000 iPads to transfer paper-based flight information and technical manuals to an electronic format.

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Maker of Firefox looks beyond the browser, plans to challenge Apple, Google, and Microsoft by introducing an app store of its own.

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