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December 10, 2010

Morning roundup: pick of the comment, December 10 2010

Our pick of the morning reading


Time to dump email as a business tool (CBR Rolling Blog)
The spam deluge may well mean it’s time to abandon email in favour of other forms of communication, says Gary Flood.

A good security testing plan will save time and money (Gartner)
Few enterprises in today’s environment of highly constrained IT and security resources can afford to waste time and budget on network security products that exceed — or do not match — their requirements, says Bob Walder.

Dell bids to acquire storage vendor Compellent (Forrester)
It’s no surprise that Dell is bidding on independent storage vendor Compellent as they are still licking their wounds from the loss of 3PAR in a head to head megavendor bidding war which ended with HP winning (?) at $2.4bn, says Andrew Reichman.

The new world of enterprise collaboration (GigaOm)
A whole new world of collaboration tools now exists, from workspaces like, Huddle and Central Desktop to customer-powered support communities like Get Satisfaction, according to J.P. Finnell.

A walk In the cloud: My first day with Google’s Chrome OS (TechCrunch)
Jason Kincaid gets to test Google’s new cloud-based operating system and gives his thoughts here.

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