The Australian Department of Treasury will ditch its fleet of BlackBerry devices for iPhone 5s, CIO Peter Alexander has revealed to ZDNet.
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Everything's faster in the Post-PC era, including the time you'll have before you need to upgrade workers to new devices and OS versions.
Will the iPhone continue to be the smartphone of choice among executives? Or will CIOs be looking with renewed interest at Windows 8 devices?
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Here's the news from today's Apple launch that enterprises and their CIOs, IT leaders and mobile business leaders need to know.
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The much-rumored 7.85-inch iPad could be the one that CIOs finally, wholeheartedly embrace. Here's why.
And MPs on Twitter ban: We shall fight them on the beaches - and in the House of Commons...
Bausch + Lomb's CIO said usage of the iPhone and iPad has led to Mac pilots throughout his company.
The Commonwealth Bank yesterday opened its new flagship branch in the heart of Brisbane. Drenched with smart systems and Apple iDevices, the branch represents a significant investment in the Commonwealth Bank's new digital strategy.
IT departments initially rejected the iPhone as not fit for business, but IT leaders are starting to change their tune. See how TechRepublic's CIO Jury voted.
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.
The Apple iPhone may have got a makeover but it's not enough to convince CIOs the device has a place in business, according to a jury of CIOs.
At a Churchill Club event in Santa Clara, Calif., Peter Solvik, managing director at Sigma Partners, talks to a panel of CIOs about their how they're making mobile devices more secure in the enterprise and whether their employees prefer the BlackBerry over the iPhone. The panel includes: Matt Carey, chief information officer of Home Depot; Karenann Terrell, CIO of Baxter; and Lars Rabbe, former CIO of Yahoo.
Global banking giant HSBC is considering ditching the BlackBerry and adopting Apple's iPhone as its standard staff mobile device, a move that could result in an order for some 200,000 iPhones.
At the AlwaysOn Summit at Stanford University, CIOs discuss the iPhone and whether they plan to use them across their companies. They also talk about the difficulty in supporting new platforms and in keeping company confidentiality. Panelists include Colleen Berube of Adobe Systems, Russ Daniels of Hewlett-Packard, Anna Ewing of NASDAQ, and moderator Al Delattre of Accenture.
CIOs of top Australian organisations spilled the beans to ZDNet.com.au on what they think of the 3G iPhone, and whether they will let the device, launched early this morning, into their enterprise.
Stories of the month - June
Apple launched a blitzkrieg of iPhone moves: You got a 3G iPhone, a cloud computing and storage service and enterprise support. But there are also a few productivity killers in there that would make an IT exec step back.
Notable headlines:Ed Bott: Fixing Windows Vista, Part 2: Taming UAC. Images: Taming Vista's User Account Control (right)Larry Dignan: Microhoo: Wall Street gets antsyMary Jo Foley: XP SP3 delayed by glitchNew test releases out of Microsoft virtualization, mid-size Windows waresMicrosoft's competitor to Adobe LightRoom gets another championTechland: AT&T to cut the price of Apple's new iPhoneJason O'Grady: Rumor: 3G iPhone to sell for US$199David Morgenstern: iPhone 3G: Release the rumors!
At the Churchill Club's CIO Agenda in San Francisco, Calif., moderator Dave Margulius talks to panelists Douglas Merrill, vice president of engineering at Google, and CIOs David Bergen of Levi Strauss, Doug Schwinn of Hasbro and Randall Spratt of McKesson. The executives share their views on managing IT in a global scale. They also discuss the benefits and challenges behind implementing SaaS, RFID and the iPhone within their organizations.