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  • Code 42 Software Introduces CrashPlan Pro for SMBs

    Data protection and backup software developer Code 42 Software creators of CrashPlan and CrashPlan ProE, backup software for home and enterprise, announces the availability of CrashPlan Pro, a cloud backup service for the small to medium-size business (SMB) market. Designed specifically for the backup needs of SMBs, CrashPlan Pro is engineered to work unobtrusively, delivering automatic continuous backup, both online and to attached drives. CrashPlan Pro’s simplified, Web-based management dashboard enables managers to monitor all ...

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  • Microsoft Ships Windows Phone ‘Mango` to Developers

    Microsoft opened an early access program for the “Mango” release of its Windows Phone operating system, making a beta of the OS and new tools available to developers. On June 29, Microsoft said it is enabling developers to load Mango on their retail devices to begin to get a flavor for the new OS and its capabilities. Mango is scheduled for general availability later this year. In a blog post on the new ...

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  • IBM’s Next CEO: Three Candidates in the Running

    With the IBM centennial celebration only days away, Big Blue has ratcheted up its search for a successor to company CEO Samuel J. Palmisano. According to a Wall Street Journal report, IBM is in the process of looking for a successor to Palmisano, who will turn 60 this year, the typical age at which IBM CEOs retire. The WSJ reports that Palmisano is looking to establish his successor by possibly naming a president or chief operating officer in the ...

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  • Google, Intel, Microsoft Among Top-Paying IT Firms

    Where do you stand the best chance of getting the best salary among the top American IT firms, and which companies will leave you the most satisfied—or stressed out? According to data released from PayScale, workers at Google earn the best pay relative to other tech companies, while Facebook employees are the most satisfied and those at IBM stay the longest. Overall, when holding all else constant, median pay for Google employees ...

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  • Rise in Telework and Agency Confidence: Report

    Telework Exchange, a public-private partnership focused on demonstrating the tangible value of telework, announced the results of the “Federal Telework Progress Report: Making the Grade?,” which gauges federal telework progress against Telework Enhancement Act of 2010 requirements, and the provisions within 180 days to build the foundation for a sustainable telework program. Underwritten by Juniper Networks, the report found that those most responsible for telework programs, including official telework managing officers (TMOs), were confident about meeting the June 7 deadline put forth in ...

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