- October 20, 2015
In case you missed it last week, in the aftermath of some bigger acquisition news, VMware bought Boxer, a secure email app vendor. Boxer is not VMware's first foray into the email market. In 2010, ...
- October 19, 2015
Believe it or not, the release of the new Star Wars movie -- and with it the return of Han, Luke and Princess Leia -- is almost upon us. The galaxy far, far away is at the top of my mind. Oddly ...
- October 16, 2015
Delivering enterprise mobile applications to employees is a complex endeavor, but some organizations are turning to in-app analytics to help with the crucial final step: ensuring the long-term ...
- October 15, 2015
VMware plans to expand AirWatch's Atlanta offices and looks to integrate newly acquired Boxer into the EMM vendor's platform.
- October 14, 2015
It’s been an action-packed few months in the mobile world. Just a few days after returning from VMworld, I saw my Twitter feed blow up with the news of BlackBerry’s acquisition of Good Technology. ...
Sponsored by Citrix - One of the most important megatrends impacting IT organizations is the move to fewer, more comprehensive technology platforms for delivering critical components of IT infrastructure. This makes perfect sense, as it frees IT from having to work across multiple vendors and their unique technology silos simply to deploy a key platform or service―saving innumerable hours and resources. Some vendors have finally recognized this demand and are now working more closely together to enable greatly improved efficiency for the IT teams deploying, managing and enhancing these platforms. See More
Sponsored by Citrix - Within many IT organizations, system admins and managers have always focused fairly low in the software stack, dealing with the minutiae of delivering individual services or apps to each user. This low-level focus has been driven by the design of many legacy software products, which prioritize creating individual implementations of complex software over leveraging standardization and automation. In digital workspaces, however, the huge number of unique devices and employees makes working at low levels of the stack especially resource-intensive. Delivering high-value services or game-breaking and transformational apps becomes quite difficult, as IT resources are being overloaded with the details. See More
Sponsored by Citrix - Digital workspaces have emerged as a critical platform for enabling digital transformation. They support a wide range of end users with a secure, attractive and comprehensive digital “desk.” The technology has come a long way from the early virtual desktop infrastructure deployments, back in 2006. The focus has moved far beyond the initial emphasis on proprietary application delivery to providing a seamless user experience that works across applications and platforms. This change has moved digital workspaces to the forefront as a key technology for enabling digital business. See More
Sponsored by Citrix - One of the most fundamental changes occurring with digital systems is the movement from optimizing software, servers, and IT infrastructure to optimizing the efforts of employees and users of key systems. Higher productivity and better results are obtained when employees are engaged and their work experience is maximized. One aspect of IT where this change is critical to success is the digital workspace. See More
- October 09, 2015
UPDATE (Oct. 12): Dell is officially buying EMC and VMware for $67 billion. Dell buying Citrix is old and busted. Dell buying EMC -- and possibly VMware -- is the new hotness. The Wall Street ...
- October 06, 2015
Microsoft's first Windows laptop, the Surface Book, takes on Apple's MacBook Pro and its two new Lumia phones may give Blackberry more trouble.
- October 06, 2015
Email is here to stay, but its functionality could soon be folded into collaboration software, social media and unified communications tools.
- October 02, 2015
Cisco's John Chambers and Box believe IT digitization will impact every business whether they're ready or not.
- September 30, 2015
Apple and Box have their sights set on businesses, with the expectation that enterprises have only just begun to take advantage of mobile features.
- September 28, 2015
Apple has unseated BlackBerry at the top of the enterprise mobility market and made Windows an afterthought. Android is making efforts to gain ground.
- September 25, 2015
BlackBerry hopes to reverse its fortunes with an Android smartphone for enterprises that want access to apps without compromising mobile security.
- September 24, 2015
IT continues to walk a fine line between securing employee devices and allowing them a level of privacy.
- September 23, 2015
AirWatch added Windows 10 support, launched a privacy initiative and made friends with a number of security software providers to bolster its EMM tool.
- September 17, 2015
I currently have no fewer than four Apple devices in my apartment. There’s my trusty iPhone 5 for everyday texting and Instagramming. There’s an iPad Air 2 permanently attached to the coffee table ...