Todd R. Weiss

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Todd R. Weiss is an award-winning technology journalist and freelance writer who worked as a staff reporter for Computerworld from 2000 to 2008. Weiss covers enterprise IT from cloud computing to Hadoop to virtualization, enterprise applications such as ERP, CRM and BI, Linux and open source, and more. He spends his spare time working on a book about an unheralded member of the 1957 Milwaukee Braves and watching classic Humphrey Bogart movies.

Smacking SharePoint into shape

More than half of all SharePoint shops have had to add functionality to the core software, which came as a surprise to a number of them. Here's what they're doing.

Mobile Device Management: Getting Started

Learn how to develop your own comprehensive BYOD strategy.

How To Prevent IT Sabotage Inside Your Company

Preventing external attacks to IT systems is a huge and critical task for most companies, but what are businesses doing to stop similar attacks when they come from within?

Fear of Change Impedes Cloud Adoption for Many Companies

A new study concludes that internal attitudes have to change for cloud projects to succeed. Here are some tips for how to encourage that inside your company.

Social CRM for Business: Analytics Can Spur Greater Success

Done right, Social CRM can help your company talk to your customers, but even more importantly, it can help you listen to your customers in ways you've never...

20 Game-Changing Events That Shaped the Internet, Part 1

The Internet changed our lives, but what made the Internet into what it is today? We look at 20 historic events--good and bad--including the first online game, early banner ads, modems, Wi-Fi, Craigslist, and more.

20 Game-Changing Events That Shaped the Internet, Part 2

We continue to look at the events that made the Internet into what it is today. In this part we examine blogs, Napster, Skype, online books, Facebook, and more.

10 Tech Accessories You're Paying Too Much For

Don't blow your budget on overpriced gadget accessories. Here's how to get the best deals on cases, cables, software, and more.

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California Woman Sues Apple Over iPhone 'iBrick' Upgrade

Claims Apple used iOS 4 upgrade to cripple older iPhones to sell more iPhone 4s

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Car Tech: Coolest New Systems on Four Wheels

Automakers big and small are building computer systems into their cars to make driving safer, smarter, and greener.

To Build a Better Bobsled

A golden opportunity? How supercomputers helped build a faster bobsled for the 2010 U.S. Olympic Team

An Amazing Laptop Recovery Story

Using remote access software, a Miami man helps cops track down and recover his two stolen laptops.

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Personal Spy Gear: Is It Ethical? Is It Legal?

From disguised video security cams to GPS tracking loggers, personal security is going high-tech. But these gadgets bring up a host of sticky ethical and legal issues.

RealDVD Ruling: Should You Care?

If you want to be able to use your legally purchased content fairly, here's what you need to know.

College Textbooks Hit iPhone, iPod Touch

Swapping a heavy textbook for a more portable digital version might be both handy and problematic.

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