Top IT headlines for Tuesday, May 27, 2008: Cisco jumps into open source, rumors swirl around a tablet-based Mac, nearly half of government laptops have been encrypted, Samsung accelerates solid state drives, and more.
Top 10 IT headlines
- Cisco gets into open source in a big way (CNET)
- Rumor: Tablet Mac coming this fall (updated 3x) (ZDNet)
- Close to half of government laptops encrypted, 1.2 million more to go (TechRepublic)
- Solid State Drives: Samsung may accelerate adoption just in time for Xmas (ZDNet)
- Windows 7 to have support for Virtual Hard Disks (ZDNet)
- New York Times joining the social networking fray with API (MediaBistro)
- Two of world's richest nations crawl to catch up with VCs (ZDNet)
- In search of: Startups that could upend Google and Microsoft (ZDNet)
- Don't expect a flood of Mac open source (ZDNet)
- Tips for successfully managing remote teams (TechRepublic)
Also newsworthy ...
- The company people want Microsoft to be (ZDNet)
- Cloud computing: simply explained (cartoon) (ZDNet)
- Mars lander gets a solid start (CNET)
- NASA's live feed vs. Discovery Science: And the winner is... (ZDNet)
- Video: TechRepublic Out Loud - May 23, 2008 (TechRepublic)
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