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  • BlackBerry service returns for most users, RIM says

    Research in Motion Ltd. says it's looking into an interruption that delayed emails Tuesday night, but some companies are still waiting for the backlog of emails to be delivered. 

  • Wi-Fi way to shrink digital divide, say big-city CIOs

    The CIOs of Chicago, Seattle and San Francisco talk about the goals of their high-profile municipal Wi-Fi projects and the challenges they faced along the way. 

  • Smartphones easy target for hackers, experts warn

    No one's paying attention to the security risks inherent in today's smartphones, but experts say a major breach will happen sooner than later, and most businesses won't be ready. 

  • IPhone 'wow' factor fails to tempt CIOs

    CIOs are excited to try out Apple's new iPhone, but they'll take a wait-and-see approach before deploying it to their users. 

  • Apple targets Blackberry, Treo clients with iPhone

    The iPhone introduced yesterday in San Francisco combines Apple's iPod music and video player with a mobile phone and wireless Internet access for e-mail, the core function of the BlackBerry and Treo. Research In Motion and Palm shares both fell afte... 

  • Wireless computing fuels biz app adoption

    Three-quarters of all U.S. businesses have deployed at least one wireless data application. Mobile email still rules, but line-of-business apps, such as CRM, are set for big growth. 

  • Geezers revolt: Age discrimination tops the best CIO stories of 2006

    Of the many issues we followed this year, age discrimination hit home hardest with our CIO readers. But other stories struck a nerve, too. Revisit the issues that mattered most to you in our 2006 collection of best CIO stories. 

  • Gartner: Existing business continuity plans will fail in a pandemic

    Existing business continuity plans will not protect a company during an avian flu pandemic, says a Gartner analyst. Business continuity plans assume a geographically specific disaster, while a pandemic will strike everywhere nearly simultaneously. 

  • Email service for basic mobile phones unveiled

    A startup founded by a group of successful European entrepreneurs is set to bring email, instant messaging and other communications services to low-cost mobile phones. 

  • Remote workers still confused about security

    Not only are remote workers a ticking time bomb when it comes to network security, but many also feel IT has no right to monitor their online behavior.