- June 13, 2012
Apple released an SDK for iCloud that could have major repercussions for enterprises already struggling to control BYOD.
- May 22, 2012
A CIO knew his employees would flock to the iPad, so he wasted no time in supporting it. But he also realized mobile and cloud weren’t a magic pill.
- March 12, 2012
A new free app, Apple Configurator, allows businesses to deploy, manage, and configure more than one iOS device. It’s not MDM, but it’s a step in the right direction.
- February 28, 2012
Microsoft addresses rumors surrounding an iPad Office app, while IT pros speculate about Microsoft Office app costs and features.
- February 17, 2012
The untarnished reputation of iOS security won’t last forever, and IT pros say they don’t have the weapons to defend against potential Apple security attacks.
- January 30, 2012
At Apple, enterprise support has never been a priority. IT pros can have lots of questions if they’re not used to working with Apple’s technologies, business processes or policies.
- January 10, 2012
IT pros say Apple needs to add a number of security features to make the iPad 3 enterprise-friendly. Here’s what Apple might deliver and what IT experts hope to see in iPad 3.
- June 03, 2011
Mobile growth is surging ahead like never before, according to our annual reader survey. Find out what your peers are saying, and where their IT budgets are going.
- July 23, 2010
Apple released an update to the iPhone iOS 4.0.0 to fix issues with Exchange ActiveSync that caused heavier than normal server loads and sync issues.
- July 07, 2010
IT shops are still looking for a real fix to the performance drain caused by Apple's new iPhone operating system, iOS 4, and Exchange ActiveSync.
- June 07, 2010
Like Apple's iPhone before them, iPads are coming inside the firewall as C-level execs demand support for their latest toys.
- June 02, 2009
Handset vendors, such as BlackBerry and Apple, have simplified installation of smartphone applications. The irony: Although smartphones are the most connected enterprise devices, many operating systems and applications still require the smartphone ...
- March 24, 2009
Sybase yesterday announced a new version of iAnywhere Mobile Office with expanded iPhone support and availability on the iPhone App Store. Sybase's approach for enhanced security and usability make it the first in the middleware space to encrypt all...
- November 10, 2008
While Apple's iPhone takes second place in the struggle for smartphone dominance, RIM hopes its expanded line of BlackBerrys can help it overtake the surging newcomer.
- August 27, 2008
This fall, Abilene Christian University will give every incoming freshman student an iPhone or iPod Touch as part of a mobile learning experiment."We started thinking about this 10 years ago," said Kevin Roberts, CIO of the Abilene, ...