DAILY FIVE (1/3)

03 January 2011

1. What Is Net Neutrality? What Does This Mean To You?, International Business Times, Manikandan Raman

For the past several months, we have been hearing this term known as “Net Neutrality”. What is it all about? Many people still aren’t exactly aware of this new jargon over which companies and Federal Communications Commission (FCC) of the United States are locking horns with each other.

2. Five hot business technology trends to watch in 2011, ZDNet, Jason Hiner

A lot of the critical technology trends that dominated the business world in 2010 will continue to accelerate in 2011 while several new trends will develop enough momentum to become significant.

3. 2011 CES:  The Year of the Tablet, FOX News, Clayton Morris

At this time last year we’d never seen an iPad and we didn’t know who would buy one. Now Apple has proven that tablet-style gizmos will sell … and this year every company wants in on the action.

4. 2011 Predictions: Macworld’s annual forecast of the year ahead, Mac World

But what’s in store for the year ahead? As we said goodbye to 2010, we asked a number of Macworld contributors and friends—as we have in years past—for their predictions for 2011. But unlike past predictions articles, where we gave our prognosticators carte blanche to opine on any topic Apple-related, this year we asked for forecasts in three specific areas—Mac OS X, iOS, and Apple hardware—as well as for each person’s pie-in-the-sky wish for the world of Apple.

5. The Best And Worst In Federal IT, 2010 Edition, National Journal, Aliya Sternstein

Nextgov.com reports on the best and worst federal information technology initiatives of 2010.

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