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Quoting IT: Tablet OS Choices in the Enterprise

"Is the next device that we deploy going to be an iPad, is it going to be a Windows or an Android-based tablet?" said Merritt.

That's a question that the IT staff at United will answer in time, but the mere fact that it can investigate all three client device operating systems is a major change for corporate IT.

-Patrick Thibodeau, With Post-PC Era Comes Real OS CompetitionCIO.com, October 26, 2012

Quoting IT: Mobile disrupts content management

"All of this means that it might be time to rethink what we need from content management in a mobile context, and if it's the same as what we needed in a client-server one. The challenge is figuring out what your needs truly are in this brave new world, and what they are going to be a year from now. Are you one of the companies that truly requires command and control, or is your priority content access on any device at any time?"

- Ron Miller, Author and Editor, "Mobile disruption blows up content management", FierceContentManagement, October 15, 2012

Movable Type 5.2 takes it to the next level

Website Publishing Platform Raises the Bar on Your Web Experience

New York, N.Y. – September 26th, 2012 – Movable Type, a world leading online publishing platform, released the most advanced version of their software today, Movable Type 5.2. Movable Type has been a leader in the blogging and web content manage industry since their launch in 2001.  

Quoting IT: Second Habit of Web-Savvy Entrepreneurs

"The most successful people online, starting with Seth Godin, Chris Brogan, or Guy Kawasaki, all have one thing in common. They maintain a very active blog. At the end of the day, this is where your online home base resides.

If you want to succeed online, get a blog (via Tumblr, WordPress, or Typepad) and start crunching out quality content. It's the lifeblood of your online presence."

Quoting IT: Matt Mullenweg on 10 Years of Blogging

"From Friendster to Flickr to Facebook I’ve always been active on other sites, what we now call social media, but as my interest in those has waxed and waned I’ve always come back to my home on the web, powered by Open Source software on a domain I own. This is definitely the longest sustained activity I’ve done, and I don’t see any reason why I wouldn’t continue the rest of my life, however long or short that may be."

- Matt Mullenweg, Ten Years of Blogging, ma.tt, June 16, 2012.