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5 Links for Developers and IT Pros 3-22-13

  
  
  

by Ron Miller
Ness Blogger 

5 3 22 13It's Friday and that means it's time for our weekly feature where we search the Web looking for 5 interesting, funny and poignant links for developers and IT Pros.

If you missed our most recent posts, Flummoxed by Samsung Knox and iOS Rules the Sky Infographic, please check them out. In the former, Glenn Gruber wonders if a containerization approach is the best way to secure enterprise data on mobile devices, and in the latter, when Go-Go inflight analyzed which customer devices were connecting to its inflight service, it found iOS was the clear winner.

And without further delay, here we go with this week's links:

Microsoft's baffling 'multiple personality disorder | ZDNet

Anyone who has used Microsoft knows this good Microsoft-bad Microsoft swing. In some cases, Microsoft seems to completely get what customers need, while in others, it is bafflingly tone deaf.

7 Editors for the Android — for Free or Cheap | Smartbear

C'mon who doesn't like something for nothing or at least a good deal. That's what you'll find in this round-up of free or low-cost Android editors. Surely, there must be one for you.

The 5 things you need for the perfect smartphone | ZDNet

If you could have the perfect smartphone, what features would it have? This writer rounds up five features for that perfect phone. See if you agree.

Advice to CIOs: Don’t Choke On the Alphabet Soup | Laserfiche Blog

It's easy for CIOs to get caught up in their shifting roles as more of what used to be their jobs gets delegated to other C-level executives, but this writer says it's important to keep your eyes on the prize and strive to innovate.

Show Me the Money: Which Mobile Apps are Profitable for Developers? | Smartbear

Mobile developers will want to check out this report on which mobile apps make the most money. You might be surprised to learn for instance the most profitable platform is probably not the one you think it is. 

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