Wearable devices and emerging technology News
March 10, 2015
When Apple Watches arrive, they will be yet another mobile device for IT to manage, and enterprises should get busy on determining its best use.
July 23, 2014
Which mobile OS is best for your enterprise? IT pro Michael Thomason took a deep dive this week with the three leaders -- Android, iOS and Windows Phone -- and found pros and cons for all, which in the end means customers have real choices.
May 06, 2014
Numerous EMM vendors have added support for PCs to their products. Who's accessing personal PCs for work, and why?
March 31, 2014
As March Madness winds down, learn what Microsoft and other enterprise mobility vendors delivered this past month.
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As more enterprises begin to support tablets, many users find that the screen size and portability provides the right balance for common work-related tasks such as note taking. Continue Reading
Bring your own device initiatives are now commonplace in the enterprise, but any BYOD policy is incomplete without addressing acceptable use, enforcement and privacy. Continue Reading
A tablet is a wireless, portable personal computer with a touch screen interface. The tablet form factor is typically smaller than a notebook computer but larger than a smartphone. Continue Reading
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The Internet of Things needs a secure, scalable network to succeed. Wi-Fi offers what IT requires for strong enterprise IoT networking. Continue Reading
The Internet of Things is made up of more than just smartwatches and FitBits. The connected car and home, implants, smartboards and robots may be on their way to drastically altering your regular workday. Take a look at where the IoT is headed. Continue Reading
IT should keep an eye on wearable devices -- the technology may enter your enterprise environment sometime in the future. Continue Reading
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For new members of the workforce, smartphones, tablets and the cloud are a part of life. In some IT departments, however, they're still viewed as disruptive forces. How should today's businesses respond to millennials and technology? Continue Reading
Avoiding command-and-controls policies can help IT better respond to the growing needs of mobile workers and meet its organization's goals. Continue Reading
Increased employee mobility in recent years has shifted IT's focus from desktop and laptop delivery to security risks associated with mobile devices. Continue Reading
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To make your BYOD program a success, make sure that your end users' bosses aren't left out of the picture. Continue Reading
Location services can be valuable to users, but it's not always acceptable -- or legal -- for employers to track users' devices and whereabouts. Continue Reading
Some BYOD legal concerns are evident, such as invading users' privacy. Other concerns, such as liability and overtime, aren't as obvious. Continue Reading