Security concerns, new product launches, changing market dynamics and rumors everywhere. Just a typical week for the CIO?
Technology news during the past week has been a microcosm of what CIOs face in their every day lives. It included security concerns, new product launches, a changing market dynamic, and enough rumors to make even the most excitable technology lover cringe.
In case you've been too busy doing your real job to keep, we've highlighted the top five most important news stories from the past week. These include:
- RIM BlackPad due this year
- Twitter security woes
- Internet Explorer 9's success
- HP's mobile worker management solution
- Notebook sales and iPad
The Wall Street Journal reported this week that RIM is planning to announce its BlackPad tablet during its devloper conference, which begins Sept. 27. The device is designed to compete against Apple's iPad, the Dell Streak, and other slates in the space. Details are slim, but most expect the device to boast a 7-inch display and a new BlackBerry operating system. The platform will be built by QNX Software Systems, a company that RIM acquired in April.
The CIO Insight
If RIM announces a new tablet, you'll likely have no other choice but to evaluate the device. As you know, tablets are becoming increasingly attractive in the enterprise. And, given RIM's history of working closely with enterprise customers, there's a good chance that its tablet will meet your corporate needs better than Apple's iPad.
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