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SPOTLIGHT | STORAGE
on Double Duty
and replication technologies protect
data from disaster, while keeping
business services humming.
28 Encryption isn’t bulletproof
if keys and digital rights are
left out in the open. Here’s how to
lock down stored data.
Big Fish, Little Pond
32 Despite budget constraints and limited resources, being an IT leader in a small
shop has its benefits, including agility and a greater ability to influence the business.
HEADS UP | 6 The Encyclopaedia Britannica
forgoes print and opts for an online-only future. |
National Geographic chooses the public cloud
for multimedia storage. | 8 Downtown San Jose
may offer high-speed Wi-Fi by summer’s end. |
Marvel Comics announces a new mobile app.
OPINIONS | 18 Paul Glen says new managers
lack the language to understand the value of
management itself. | 42 Steven J. Vaughan-Nichols doesn’t expect VMware to exist in a few
years. | 48 Scot Finnie ponders the inevitability
of tablets as PC replacements.
NEWS ANALYSIS | 10 White House CIO
Brook Colangelo strives to modernize an aging I T
infrastructure. | 12 Microsoft cuts the price of
Office 365 to stave off Google Apps competition.
DEPARTMENTS | 14 The Grill: Internet
pioneer David D. Clark | 40 Security
Manager’s Journal: Validating priorities at
RSA | 44 Career Watch | 46 Shark Tank
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