Divide creates a completely separate container for your Exchange account on your iPhone or iPad so that corporate email, calendars, and contacts don't mingle with your personal data.
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Based on a new report, the iPhone maker is about to set a U.S. corporate financial record in the billions.
The corporate giant continues to expand the number of retail partners for its iPhone, iPad tablets, and Macs, according to tweets from the office superstore's execs.
Apple appears to be extending its lead in the enterprise with the tag team of the iPhone and iPad. Meanwhile, some corporate customers are developing custom iOS apps for their employees.
Both iPhone and Android are already flooding past corporate gate keepers. But which is the right one for your business? CompanionLink Software's Rushang Shah tells his view.
Deutsche Bank has been testing out corporate email on Apple's iPhone and one guinea pig reckons that it's going to be goodbye BlackBerry for many users.
Apple delivered a blowout first quarter and shed some light on how the iPhone and iPad are quickly becoming entrenched in the enterprise. That corporate momentum means bad news for the likes of Research in Motion as well as a bevy of Android competitors.
Apple iPhones are increasingly being used as a sanctioned corporate device. Yet a modded iPhone, made through the popular process of jailbreaking, can punch a hole in network security.
Mobile enterprise software specialist Cortado has extended its mobile Corporate Server product to support iPads, the company announced on Monday.The platform —which is already available for the iPhone, Android and BlackBerry devices— allows office workers to perform common tasks, such as accessing documents or querying database reports remotely.
Apple's iPad and iPhone are garnering enterprise interest and proving the company can go corporate. Can the iPad and iPhone spur a broader enterprise halo effect?
Apple CEO Steve Jobs announces iAd, a new mobile-ad platform that will enable developers and corporate marketers to include interactive ads in iPhone applications. App makers get a 60 percent share of advertising revenue. Apple gets the rest.
At its heart, the Apple iPad may be a consumer device. But as we’ve seen with the iPhone, Apple’s consumer devices often find a way into the corporate IT environment.
Back in May 2008 Intel Germany CEO Hannes Schwaderer confirmed an upcoming, larger, "version of the iPhone" based on Intel's Atom platform. His comments were later retracted by Intel corporate who claimed that Schwaderer’s comments were misinterpreted.
Learn the pros and cons of the iPhone 3GS from a business perspective. Read the details and watch a short video of the business features in action.
Following the release of the iPhone Software 3.0, Apple also presented corporate customers with its first edition of the iPhone OS Enterprise Deployment Guide. This manual is packed with instructions for setting up mass quantities of iPhones and iPod Touches as well as some interesting "important" notes and tips.
Last week, I published the first five megatrends reshaping today's data centers, pulled from my latest article in Database Trends & Applications.Here the remaining five of the top 10 shifts, or paradoxes that are turning data centers upside down, rightside up, and many other directions:Paradox 6: Consumerist Technology Trumps Corporate Computing: Will we someday see iPhone-based data centers?
A "Perfect Storm": The Linux-based Android OS, and tight integration with Google's web services, running on BlackBerry hardware and connected to RIM's corporate messaging/calendar syncing infrastructure would be an unstoppable mobile enterprise device platform that not even Apple's iPhone, Windows Mobile or Palm webOS could dare to challenge. But could the marriage ever be consummated?
Citrix announced last week its Citrix Receiver application for the Apple iPhone and iPod touch that gives users access to full-featured Windows applications and documents from their mobile device.Citrix says the application will enable users to run existing enterprise applications on iPhone while maintaining control of corporate data and intellectual property.
O'Reilly just released a new book, iPhone Forensics, Recovering Evidence, Personal Data, and Corporate Assets (US$39.99) by Jonathan Zdziarski.
Does Apple need to cook up an enterprise strategy pronto? Despite enterprise interest in the Mac platform and more importantly the iPhone Apple hasn't been going out of its way to target corporate users.
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