Android is cool but not cool enough to convince anyone to use it exclusively. You'll have to support Apple too.
There are no sacred cows to someone who believes that consumer devices and self-service IT are the keystones of the new business model. IT Apologist Ken Hess takes on Consumerization and BYOD.
Say hello to Hubworks, the guys who are about to revolutionize the restaurant business from the inside out.
Yorktown, Virginia is on the leading edge of technology with their secondary school's "Bring Your Own Technology" program and policy.
As annoying apps go, Chrome is pretty tame but the constant nagging (crashing) has become too much. I'm going to try a trial separation and see how it goes.
Listen up ZDNet readers, Cellrox has the solution for your conversion to a BYOD model.
48 percent of companies would never authorize employees to bring their own devices (BYOD) to work, yet 57 percent agreed that some employees use personal devices without consent.
Apple could easily disrupt and assimilate the Enterprise if it would perform one simple act of kindness: Give away its products.
The solution to SOPA and its quest to recover the almighty dollar is the almightier Vote. We don't need another RIAA and we have the power to stop it.
Business Appleization is a reality, whether or not Apple or your company is on board with it. Find out how to manage it before your worst fears come true.
Is it time to jump the trade show ship or time to ask for a life jacket?
BYOD doesn't have a chance of taking hold unless we evolve into primates who walk upright with devices that are ready to go to work.
Your next job might require you to bring your own smart phone and laptop. Read the ad carefully.
Consumerization drives IT people crazy but it's also driving the brave new world of bring your own device. Join the revolution or get left behind.