Financial transactions and business-critical apps can now be run securely in trusted containers using Intercede's MyTAM on Android smartphones that support Trustonic's Trusted Execution Environment
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LibreOffice is still chained to the desktop but it's looking towards cloud and mobile, with an Android version under development.
iOS is the default mobile choice for businesses, while Microsoft and Amazon Web Services are making gains as the preferred public cloud provider over Google, according to a new survey.
Eric Schmidt argues that the competition between Android and iOS is brutal and benefits the world. But is this small screen skirmish really the battle of computing? Where does the cloud and social play into the mix?
Microsoft's updated OneDrive for Android cloud storage app now adds support for OneDrive for Business.
The cross-platform push may be on at 'cloud first/mobile first' Microsoft, but for now, Internet Explorer isn't one of the products the company is planning to make available on iOS or Android.
The deal between Apple and IBM is based on the idea that IBM can still make a significant impact on the IT market. However, IBM's power has been diminishing for decades, and it's far from certain that CEO Virginia Rometty can reverse the company's decline.
Microsoft looks set to continue with the Android-based Nokia X line, hoping to bring new users in emerging markets to its cloud products.
Kicking off the latest Cisco Live IT summit, the networking giant unveiled a host of new desktop products intended to make workplace videoconferencing more personal.
Microsoft is developing a set of cloud-based tools for managing and deploying session virtualisation servers, allowing you to publish and share apps on Windows, iOS, Android, OS X and (soon) Windows Phone devices. We take the beta for a test drive.
SimpleAir has won $85 million in damages over patents relating to Google's Cloud Messaging (GCM) and Android Cloud to Device Messaging (C2DM) services.
Android Wear is almost a side show---just another screen accessing Google's services---but the search giant is likely to do fairly well in wearables.
You've heard it a million times by now -- it's devices and services all the way in Redmond. But have you thought about what that means?
Google isn't exactly the first to the robotics game and if it's going to differentiate its bots the company will need its Android and cloud computing to do the heavy lifting.
An open-source alternative to Amazon Web Services is needed. At least one visionary has a plan.
Microsoft is bringing the third of its four ERP suites to the Windows Azure cloud by spring of next year. The company also is rolling out immediately CRM apps for iPhones, Android phones and Windows Phones.
Kaspersky Lab claims it has found Android malware making use of an Android app messaging service.
Moto X, to be unveiled to a select group in New York City, is designed to show the art of the possible when Android, hardware and cloud services blend together. Can Google-Motorola develop hardware mojo?
Malwarebytes has launched a backup service that includes scanning files for malware. It backs up multiple Windows PCs, and Android and Apple iOS devices, with optional encryption to protect your files in the cloud.
Microsoft has added Android support to its backend Azure cloud services.
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