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Indian CIOs say they are struggling to securely manage personal devices employees use to access corporate networks and applications, reveals a new survey.
Samsung makes a big leap in customer satisfaction, but it's unclear whether the company can keep it going. Apple still leads the smartphone pack by a wide margin.
Samsung has a winner in the Galaxy Note 8.0. It competes directly with the iPad mini by adding features that Apple can't duplicate.
Over the last few months, several IT companies and telcos have launched desktop virtualization, mobility management and enterprise security tools designed for BYOD.
HP knows hybrids as evidenced by the Envy x2. This summer will see a big Windows hybrid and a high-end Android hybrid from the company.
BlackBerry is having its big hoedown in Orlando this week, and has announced that version 10.1 of the OS will hit the Z10 later this week.
NetApp is turning around some of the products included in its acquisition of ionGrid with a new mobile channel for data access.
HP Software today announced four products that aim to tackle the thorny reality that traditional apps deployment is broken, and that the new requirements make automation and comprehensive management an inescapable necessity.
Having recently bought and shared first impressions of the Asus VivoTab tablet with laptop dock, it's fitting to explain why it's on its way back to Amazon.
I just spent big bucks to buy a Windows 8 hybrid with a pen for taking notes. Research conducted while waiting for it to arrive shows the two versions of OneNote in stores are very different in capability.
At least Aruba isn't alone. Other companies that specialize in wireless enterprise networking have taken their hits.
The question today about computing devices is the same as it was yesterday: Will we ever get convergence that doesn't suck?
The movement started by employees who want to bring their own gadgets for work has taken a turn, according to new figures. Companies will be requiring workers to BYOD, and that will bring changes for both workers and employers.
Latest research suggests half of employers will, in just four years' time, require employees to bring their own devices to work. Should BYOD be a requirement over a personal, optional decision?
Many developers wouldn't dream of developing in Delphi with iOS or Android in mind, but with cross-platform compilers, companies sitting on years of solid code may suddenly find themselves with a second wind.