February 13, 2012
iPads seized from shelves by Chinese officials On The Register, Phil Muncaster reports on why. “The hardline action comes even though Apple is still awaiting the result of its appeal against the original December 2011 ruling in favour of Shenzhen-based Proview, which registered the “IPAD” trademark way back in 2001,” he writes. What's your opinion?
Cyber criminals innovate like businesses, forming global industry: report On ZDNet, Rachel King sums up the findings. “As for the risks and rewards, the ISF explains that while the “benefits of cyberspace” for businesses are immense, so are the risks. Basically, the more successful you are online, the greater the impact of the risk. In retaliation to cyber threats, ISF researchers advised that it is essential to collaborate, share intelligence and influence best practices across companies in the face of these attacks,” she writes. What's your opinion?
HP, Central Logic launch healthcare-focused solutions line On The VAR Guy, Dave Courbanou reports on the offerings. “Central Logic Core software, a web-based portal for managing patient care and hospital room capacity, now will be integrated in HP’s fleet of healthcare-ready hardware and technology. HP’s Z600 workstations are the entry-level client, and if that’s not enough, a hospital also replace those antiquated whiteboards with the HP TouchSmart 9300,” he writes. What's your opinion?