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SAP had already made headlines last month when its CIO Oliver Bussmann disclosed plans to deploy as many as 17,000 iPads within the 48,000-employee company. But SAP won't go Apple-only, as Bussmann plans for SAP to be fully "device-agnostic" on tablets.
Suncorp's chief information officer, Jeff Smith, has issued a warning to businesses putting all their applications into Apple's basket.
Department of Education and Training (DET) chief information officer Stephen Wilson has said that he has solved the problem posed by having to provide functionality to his vocal Mac fans.
TechRepublic's CIO Jury says there's a business case for the Apple iPad and the various slate PCs coming from computer manufacturers in 2010.
CIO Scott Lowe is moving Westminster College from Windows Mobile-based Treos to Apple iPhones. See how the iPhone won him over and why his organization decided to make the switch.
Drew Martin, CIO of Sony Electronics, speaks to me about how IT is facilitating product development at the consumer electronics giant. Martin also shares his views on what the company is doing to get an edge on the likes of Nintendo and Apple in the competitive electronics space.
Drew Martin, CIO of Sony Electronics, speaks to ZDNet Editor in Chief, Larry Dignan about how IT is facilitating product development at the consumer electronics giant. Martin also shares his views on what the company is doing to get an edge on the likes of Nintendo and Apple in the competitive electronics space.
At the Churchill Club's CIO Agenda, executives from Levi Strauss, Google, Hasbro, and McKesson discuss company policy around the Apple iPhone.
Auto Warehousing Co. CIO Dale Frantz says his decision to go from a Windows shop to one powered by Apple is based on time and labor spent maintaining Windows.
Silicon.com's CIO jury rules on whether the cost of upgrading to Windows Vista will force more organizations to evaluate alternatives including Apple Macs and Linux PCs for the desktop.
Silicon.com's CIO Jury, a panel of European IT executives isn't salivating over the latest Apple offerings: Richard Yeo, CTO at easyGroup: "Proprietary hardware and software, overpriced, few applications.
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