The wearables market is booming and growing. In 2015, consumers purchased an estimated 72.1 million wearables. The question is, "Are wearables part of BYOD?"
While most CXOs can agree that real-time streaming data analysis has a positive impact and that their companies can perform it, the reality is that most of them cannot. There's a disconnect somewhere. Finding out the true state of your company's real-time analytic capability will surprise you.
If you're tired of being threatened by identity theft, credit card hacks, social engineering, service station skimming, and malware-a-plenty, you're not alone. IT people are angry and are about to open a large can of old-fashioned whoop ass in the ongoing battle of good vs. evil.
Anti-virus software is the silent protector. Like backups, you only miss them when they don't work. 360 Total Security anti-virus software is a refreshing look at the lowly anti-virus software application.
Why is the trusty old mainframe still relevant? This survey of 187 IT pros tells the tale.
More than 600 IT pros made their collective voice heard in a new survey conducted by Spiceworks. You're working longer hours and there's no end in sight. The people who work the longest hours won't surprise you.
There's more to social media than lunch pictures, cat videos, and Kardashian antics. Social media offers real data in real time and smart people listen.
Crucial's first 16nm TLC NAND Flash delivers performance at a price point that's consumer friendly in a neat 2.5-inch SSD.
Microsoft stated on October 6th that more than 110 million devices already run Windows 10. But which businesses have already bought into Microsoft's latest desktop operating system? This survey has the answers.
Astronaut Buzz Aldrin and I had a good talk about Mars, the moon, STEAM, and sharing space through education.
The IT show must go on, but do you know where the most of the IT budget spending will go in 2016? Hint: Think geriatric software.
SpiceWorld 2015 cranks up today in Austin Texas and it should be quite a show. With a sponsor list that reads like a Silicon Valley who's who and the party atmosphere of Austin, how can you go wrong?
Many mobile device management suites are so large and complex, or so heavy-handed, that administrators become frustrated and users become disgruntled. Enter, SimpleMDM.
More than 4,000 shoppers surveyed give you their outlooks on Mac, PC, tablets, and more for Fall semester 2015.
Two out of three surveyed said they'd switch mobile carriers and/or device manufacturers due to functionality issues. One out of three report having problems with their devices at least once a month.