Morning roundup: pick of the comment, January 20 2011

Apple’s blow-out quarter: The bloggers called it, the Street blew it (Fortune)
In the quarterly battle between outsiders and the insiders, it’s the amateurs by a mile. This one wasn’t even close. Philip Elmer-DeWitt looks at how the analysts rating in calling Apple’s results – and there are some spectacular misses.

The truth behind HTML5’s new logo fiasco (GigaOm)
Bobbie Johnson says the fuss over the new HTML5 logo is simply because it exists…

London 2012 Olympic IT testing kicks off (CBR)
London 2012 and Atos Origin have launched a technology lab that will test all aspects of the technology infrastructure ahead of the 2012 Olympic Games held in London. But, as Steve Evans finds out, there are still questions over the legacy of the IT infrastructure once the games are over.

12 most-anticipated tech products of 2011 (Cnet Crave)
David Carnoy offers his tips for what to look out for in the tech space this year.

It’s time to reboot your infrastructure & operations strategy (Forrester)
Execs are panicked, says Robert Whiteley. They’re ill equipped to support empowered employees, those that have access to a wealth of hardware and software, and they’re procuring it on their own.

Type: White Paper


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