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  • June 29, 2015 29 Jun'15

    Oracle, Red Hat jump on the mobile bandwagon with MBaaS

    Oracle and Red Hat have both introduced mobile backend services to gain new customers for their other cloud services.

  • June 25, 2015 25 Jun'15

    IBM-Box deal to yield new apps, content analytics

    With new agreement, Box's EFSS technology will be part of IBM's products, and Box will benefit from IBM's analytics and enterprise acumen.

  • June 25, 2015 25 Jun'15

    IT sees little demand for complex mobile apps

    These days, plenty of desktop apps have a mobile equivalent or can be converted. But mobilizing business-critical apps may be futile.

  • June 24, 2015 24 Jun'15

    TiVo transforms legacy environment with application refactoring

    The digital video recording company TiVo uses Capriza to update its SAP environment in a more mobilized workforce.

  • June 22, 2015 22 Jun'15

    Chromebooks for business gain steam

    BOSTON -- Chromebooks have cornered the education market, and Google has made moves to make these devices more business friendly over the past year. These simple, portable devices are big in ...

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  • June 22, 2015 22 Jun'15

    Apple, EMMs team up to deploy mobile apps for business

    VMware's AirWatch and MobileIron will work with iOS to deploy secured business apps in a different way than Apple's IBM partnership.

  • June 22, 2015 22 Jun'15

    Mobility breeds software license management complexity

    Vendors want IT to think software licensing in the mobile era is flexible, easy and simple, but that's not always the case.

  • June 19, 2015 19 Jun'15

    Don't make mobility projects harder than they need to be

    BOSTON -- When it comes to enterprise mobility, IT's job isn't to enable remote access to as many business functions as possible, it's to help the organization set reasonable goals. Here at the ...

  • June 18, 2015 18 Jun'15

    Mix DaaS and VDI for a tasty tech treat

    Figuring out the “why” of DaaS and VDI is fairly straightforward. It’s the “how” that can cause trouble. Desktop as a Service (DaaS) has been around for years now, but it’s gaining prominence in IT ...

  • June 16, 2015 16 Jun'15

    VMware identity management adds SSO to AirWatch

    VMware continues to integrate AirWatch with other parts of its business, and now Identity Manager ties it to vCloud Air and vRealize.

  • June 12, 2015 12 Jun'15

    Apple VPP updates give IT more control over apps

    Apple will update the Volume Purchasing Program in iOS 9 in a way that should alleviate headaches for IT and users.

  • June 12, 2015 12 Jun'15

    Confessions of a mobile convert

    I'm a fairly recent convert to the smartphone world. Now that I'm a few months in, I have to say, my smartphone and its apps are pretty helpful. On a recent business trip to an industry conference, ...

  • June 11, 2015 11 Jun'15

    Mobile security goes beyond the wall

    When you settle in for your weekly dose of Westerosi intrigue on HBO's Game of Thrones, mobile security is probably far from your mind. But if you really think about the recent events at The Wall, ...

  • June 10, 2015 10 Jun'15

    New iOS 9 features give iPads PC-like functionality

    While employees should find the new iPad multitasking features useful, they only work on certain models.

  • June 10, 2015 10 Jun'15

    Mobility lays down the law

    When my fiancé recently started his first job out of law school, his firm asked whether he wanted to use a company-owned BlackBerry or his own iPhone for work. Stephen chose the path many users do: ...

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