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Managing Windows Server 2003 Migration Risks, Reaping Rewards

There are only a few short months before Microsoft stops supporting Windows Server 2003. IT experts share some insights on managing and surviving the transition.

Tags: cloud computing, Cloud, Microsoft, iPhone, Apple, Windows Server 2008, smartphone, Samsung, Windows Server 2003, Windows Server 2012, Forefront Endpoint Protection, Galaxy S, Storage, Softchoice, server operating systems, System Center Endpoint Protection

eWEEK at 30: Intel, ARM Ramping Up Rivalry in Mobile, Server Markets

eWEEK 30: Intel is playing catch-up in the low-power mobile device market where ARM is its strongest rival. Now ARM is taking aim at Intel's bread-and-butter data center server market.

Tags: Facebook, Windows, Google, Android, Microsoft, IBM, iPhone, smartphones, Apple, Intel, Dell, HP, Atom, servers, x86, AMD, ARM, Samsung, Lenovo, nVidia, Qualcomm, Paul Otellini, asus, hewlett-packard, tablets, data centers, mobile devices, Moore's Law, Marvell, CPUs, SoC, Linaro, Mobile World Congress, Foxconn, PCS, Calxeda, Chromebooks, surface RT, hyperscale, internet of things, Advanced Micro Devices, OEMs, Pund-IT, microservers, merrifield, eWEEK 30, IoT, Brian Krzanich, system-on-a-chip, Silvermont

10 Server and Admin Apps for Your iPhone or iPad

Find out the 10 best iOS-powered apps for server monitoring, transferring files and administering your data center from your iPhone, iPod Touch or iPad.
Tags: iPhone, iPad, iOS 4, Data Center Management Software, Remote Server Management

5 Reasons Nokia Won't Save Microsoft's Mobile OS

Microsoft and Nokia have teamed up in the hope of at last conquering the smartphone market. Many are calling this a last ditch effort for both the phone maker and the OS vendor to have any sort of presence in this complex market. Here's why the venture is likely to fail.
Tags: Microsoft, iPhone, Nokia, mobile os, Windows 7 Phone

The Looming OS Identity Crisis

The gap between where desktop computing ends and mobile computing begins is becoming increasingly murkier as tablets make strides to cross the chasm. Not surprisingly, no two vendors demonstrate this more sharply than Microsoft vs. Apple.
Tags: Microsoft, iPhone, Apple, server os, mobile os

Will VMware Bring Virtualization Technology to Your iPhone?

A recent deal between VMware and LG brings virtualization technology to the mobile device world. Could the iPhone be next?
Tags: Android, iPhone, virtualization technology, VMware, LG

OS Turf Wars Move to Mobile

With Windows Phone 7 arriving on the scene, the mobile market is looking much like the OS market, redux. Will it carve out a similar footprint?
Tags: iPhone, Windows 7, iOS 4, BlackBerry OS, mobile os

Bobcares Announces Web Server Monitoring iPhone App

The iHawk monitoring system lets Bobcares users view the status of their servers on the iPhone.
Tags: iPhone, iphone apps, web server, Web Server Tool, server monitoring

'Secure OS': The Latest IT Oxymoron

The latest security research from Secunia shows security vulnerabilities among the major vendors increasing as much as fourfold in the past four years. Apple may think it stands apart, but its record is spotty, and with iPhone jailbreaks now 'legal,' its security woes may only be beginning.
Tags: security, security vulnerabilities, iPhone, Apple, jailbreak

Apple's Journey to the Top

OS Roundup: Was it exclusion or exclusivity that fueled Apple's journey to being the world's biggest technology company? Or perhaps it's Apple's understanding and ability that when the producer names the tune, the consumer must dance.
Tags: Microsoft, iPhone, Apple, OS, Mac OS X

It's a Windows vs. Linux Mobile Market Turf War

OS Roundup: Despite the noisier iPhone or Blackberry debate, the OS still matters. When it comes to mobile, Windows is losing ground to Linux and other OSes. Will the release of Windows Phone later this year enable Microsoft to prevail?
Tags: Android, mobile, iPhone, Apple, windows vs. linux

Ubuntu's Linux OS -- Mac OS X's Doppelganger?

OS Roundup: As Apple fades from relevance, Canonical's Linux OS, Ubuntu, seems to be stepping into its shoes. Is Lucid Lynx everything Mac OS X could have been but isn't, and does it have what it takes to trounce Snow Leopard?
Tags: iPhone, Canonical, Mac OS X, Ubuntu Server, linux os

Apple vs. Oracle, aka Toy Box vs. Board Room

OS Roundup: The contrast couldn't be any starker: On Wednesday, Oracle will tell the world why it means business, and Apple will likely show off some new playthings.
Tags: Oracle, iPhone, Apple, Sun, OS

FreeBSD Shines While Apple Fails

OS Roundup: FreeBSD's response to a recent bug presents a sharp contrast to how Apple handles similar issues.
Tags: iPhone, Apple, Mac OS X, Mac OS, FreeBSD

Why Apple Humiliates Microsoft in the Mobile Market

You have to love the irony — Apple's iPhone operating system has become the Windows of the mobile world, the clear choice for both developers and users of mobile apps.
Tags: Windows, Microsoft, iPhone, Windows Mobile, mobile apps

Top 100 IT Freelance Jobs

From Twitter to RSS skills, a recent report from Elance details the hottest freelance tech hiring trends.
Tags: Twitter, iPhone, jobs, careers, job tech

Why Chrome OS Will Fail and Google Will Not Take Over the World

OS Roundup: Much hype is building around Google's OS for the always-connected user on the go. Google's misread of its target market's needs, however, will likely be a shortcoming too big to overcome.
Tags: Google, iPhone, netbook, OS, Google Chrome

Citrix's Latest Bedazzler

Virtually Speaking: Citrix kicks off Synergy 2009 with a treasure trove of announcements aimed at both the virtual desktop and virtual server. A new version of Citrix Essentials and XenServer has hit the market, but the glam of Citrix Dazzle and Receiver is front and center.
Tags: virtualization, iPhone, Citrix, Hyper-V, Xen

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