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  • March 24, 2016 24 Mar'16

    Apple wants the new 9.7-inch iPad Pro to replace PCs, but businesses don't

    Apple's really pushing the idea that the iPad Pro can replace a PC, but not everyone is on board -- especially in the business world. At this week's launch of the new 9.7-inch iPad Pro, Apple noted ...

  • March 22, 2016 22 Mar'16

    Smaller iPhone SE has 'compelling' business use cases

    Apple's smaller iPhone SE will have a role in the business world. Experts debate whether the 9.7-inch iPad Pro can replace a Windows PC, however.

  • March 21, 2016 21 Mar'16

    Are the iPhone SE and 9.7-inch iPad Pro too small for business users?

    As Apple announced several new devices at its March media event, the staff of TechTarget’s End-User Computing Media Group took to Slack and discussed the company’s new iPhone SE and 9.7-inch iPad ...

  • March 21, 2016 21 Mar'16

    Apperian CEO: Mobile app adoption hinges on usability

    When it comes to deploying mobile apps, user experience is just as important as security, Apperian CEO Brian Day says. Plus, he explains why MDM isn't dead.

  • March 10, 2016 10 Mar'16

    IT battles the top three mobile security threats

    These common mobile security threats are rapidly growing due to user negligence, and because IT doesn't always know the best ways to combat them.

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  • March 09, 2016 09 Mar'16

    MobileIron CEO: Mobility means more than just secure email apps

    MobileIron's new CEO says the goal of enterprise mobility is to transform business processes, but it's hard to support so many different devices.

  • March 09, 2016 09 Mar'16

    Mobile apps should rely on contextual data, analytics

    To really serve mobile users, IT needs to provide apps that take advantage of contextual data -- and then analyze that data in the cloud.

  • March 09, 2016 09 Mar'16

    These mobile data security threats are more than just hype

    Some risks to mobile data security might keep admins up at night, but there are others IT can rest easy about.

  • March 09, 2016 09 Mar'16

    Apple Swift language gains traction among mobile app developers

    It's easier to write code with Apple Swift, and its applications run faster -- all resulting in a big boost for the company's newest programming language.

  • March 09, 2016 09 Mar'16

    Three enterprise mobile app success stories

    What do a vineyard manager, a college student and a truck driver have in common? Each user takes advantage of a task-specific enterprise mobile app to make their job more efficient.

  • March 09, 2016 09 Mar'16

    Mail, calendar, contacts: Is that all there is for enterprise mobile apps?

    Many organizations start out mobilizing basic apps such as email, but a strong enterprise mobility strategy provide workers with the tools they need to get real work done. The cover story in this issue of Modern Mobility explores a few case ...

  • March 03, 2016 03 Mar'16

    Collaborate, don't compete with UX and UI design

    Designing a user experience and coding the interface are different disciplines that depend on each other for success. Collaboration and a new generation of tools are critical.

  • February 26, 2016 26 Feb'16

    Microsoft-Xamarin deal to fuel Windows app development

    Xamarin app development tools could help boost Microsoft's Windows app ecosystem, which currently lags behind other OSes.

  • February 25, 2016 25 Feb'16

    FBI vs. Apple battle raises IT security and user privacy concerns

    The clash between privacy and security is an increasingly difficult one to settle in the age of mobile devices. The current front-page case, in which the FBI wants Apple to create an iOS backdoor ...

  • February 24, 2016 24 Feb'16

    IBM brings Apple Swift programming to the cloud

    The Apple Swift development language is growing more popular, and programmers can now use it to build and deploy iOS apps on IBM's cloud platform.

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