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Stuart J. Johnston

Stewart J. Johnston is a Datamation contributor.

Security and Privacy Challenges to Boom in 2012

Privacy officers around the world should prepare to focus on security and privacy monitoring, enforcement, and funding through the end of 2012, analysts plan to tell attendees...

Mobile Communications Surge but Revenues Stagnate

A new report predicts that worldwide mobile connections will reach $5.6 billion this year, while revenues from mobile data services will total some $314.7 billion. That constitutes a...

PC CPU Deliveries Down Slightly in Q2

A leading analyst firm reported this week that PC processor shipments for the second quarter of 2011 shrank slightly from the previous sequential quarter, yet compared to...

Fujitsu Teams with Microsoft on Azure Middleware

Fujitsu announced late Friday that it is shipping four middleware products designed to work with Microsoft's Windows Azure public cloud development platform as well as with Fujitsu's...

PC Sales Up 2.4 Percent in Q2 – Give or Take

Gartner announced PC sales worldwide grew by 2.3 percent in the second quarter from the second quarter of 2010, with total sales of more than 85.2 million...

Microsoft to Open 75 More Retail Stores

Microsoft's chief operating officer (COO) surprised partners and customers during his keynote address on Day Three of the company's annual Worldwide Partner Conference in Los Angeles Wednesday...

Ballmer: Microsoft ‘All In’ For Partners

Microsoft's sometimes beleaguered CEO Steve Ballmer showed a spark of his famous enthusiasm for his job, company, and customers Monday when he gave the opening keynote to...

Microsoft Ships Windows 7 for In-Store Use

In the less than two years since its launch, Windows 7 has come to dominate corporate and consumer PCs and notebooks, with well more than 350 million...

Microsoft Scores Android Royalties

Microsoft hasn't been aggressive in launching a tablet, yet that doesn't mean the company is ignoring the mobile market. Stuart J. Johnston reports. Microsoft may not have a...

Will Ballmer Kick Off Windows 8 Consumer Beta at CES?

Shades of 2009. The promoters of the annual Consumer Electronics Show (CES) had no sooner announced this week that Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer will once again present the...

Baidu Chooses Bing for English Search

Microsoft confirmed Tuesday that it has signed a deal with Chinese search giant Baidu to provide English language Internet search results in the People's Republic. "Baidu and Microsoft...

Microsoft Ships Windows Thin PC

Microsoft announced it is shipping Windows Thin PC, a version of Windows 7 that lets Software Assurance (SA) customers deploy the software as a locked down thin...

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