Bring Your Own Device
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Smartphones and tablets tap into the vast information superhighway, and the lure to always be doing that is very powerful.
Texting has become so commonplace that it's now being used to conduct business. It may be convenient but email is almost always a better form of communication in the workplace.
The Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) movement is gaining traction, but before you bring your phone to work you'd better think it through.
Amazon's plan is to offer enterprises enough management tools so corporations accept the Kindle HDX in the workplace. Will it work?
The fall of BlackBerry has me reminiscing about one of the best business phones I've owned.
Amazon has unveiled a new lineup of tablets to take it into the holiday season. These tablets being superb hardware at a price that will make you do a double-take, but as with all things, not everything is perfect.
On Wednesday, The Open Group will host a tweet jam looking at a multitude of emerging/converging technology trends and the risks they present to organizations who have already adopted or are looking to adopt them.
Everything and anything will be connected to the Internet -- and each other. So what? Industry experts discuss at the second annual Techonomy Detroit conference.
There's a whole bunch of Windows tablets getting ready to hit the market, but not until later this year. The ThinkPad Tablet 2 is a top tablet out now, and here's what makes it so good.
The increasing trend toward BYOD -- bring your own device -- is causing companies to explore new approaches for solving support, management, and security challenges.
Using HP Vertica, Guess can increasingly predict how to satisfy its shopping customers. At the same time, Guess' IT organization came to grips with adopting and implementing a big data platform to bring more of a democratization of data and better access to its employees.
At some point, I need to lug around less stuff. Wearable computing will be a big category, but it has to be more than an accessory.
The LG G Pad 8.3 may have sounded interesting a year ago. Today, there's just not enough to make it stand out from the field.
The iPad isn't being used as a desktop or laptop replacement in businesses – which may give hybrid devices such as Microsoft's Surface a chance to gain a foothold.
A universe of possibilities, seen on the daily commute to Silicon Valley.