Another sensationalist title, but following the announcement of Windows Phone 8 and its enterprise features, Research In Motion has every reason to be worried.
All that puts RIM in an increasingly untenable position. With Microsoft’s investment in Nokia, its entry into the tablet space, and its deep existing hooks into RIM’s customer base, it’s going to be increasingly hard for the company to keep its grip on corporate IT.
In case you missed it, you can watch the entire keynote here.
From the BUILD conference. Very in-depth, with lots of information on how the revamped Start menu and overall Metro UI work.
But even in this early state, Windows 8 is unambiguously a first-class tablet operating system.
Update: you can read the press release from the Build Windows event on Microsoft’s website.
The Linux Administration Handbook (second edition) is $42.89 on Amazon. From the
/proc pseudo filesystem to information on user accounts and GRUB, this book is one of the most comprehensive Linux sysadmin resources I own.