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Date: 2012-01-19
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The New Mobile Landscape
Mobile devices and computing have come a long way. But where will they go next?

Thought Leaders: Michael Mateas
What`s next for digital art and development? We talk to Michael Mateas, associate professor of computer science at University of California, Santa Cruz, about artificial intelligence, art and design -- and their impact on the future of technology.

Aberdeen Group Analyst Offers Tips on Protecting Virtualized Environments
Take these steps to ensure that your organization minimizes server downtime.

Organizational Gravity: Three Steps to Foster Continuous Improvement, Defy Obsolescence and Take Flight
Whether it's the culture, the hierarchy, the bureaucracy or the processes, organizational gravity seems to grow ever stronger as an organization matures. Sure, organizational gravity keeps the organization grounded and focused. It may also contribute to a passion for continuous improvement at a very tactical, discreet level. But, it also narrows that focus at the expense of innovation and adaptability, two of the most critical abilities of successful organizations. So how do we defy organizational gravity?

Visual Computing: Redefining the Interactive Experience
The Science and Technology Center for Visual Computing, a collaboration between U.S. universities, seeks to push visual computing into the future with lifelike computer graphics, natural user interfaces and realistic virtual humans.


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