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  • June 04, 2015 04 Jun'15

    How to win at device management

    The world is definitely getting smaller. People can connect to one another and work from anywhere in the world through a pocket-sized device -- or even a wristwatch. That’s a big change from the ...

  • June 02, 2015 02 Jun'15

    The challenges of large-file transfer on mobile devices

    Recently, I set about entering my expenses for a business trip. The limitations of my email outbox almost immediately thwarted me. I attempted to send myself 12 images of receipts, using my ...

  • May 28, 2015 28 May'15

    Can Microsoft Cortana for iOS, Android be put to work?

    Microsoft Cortana will soon run on iOS and Android, but enterprises don't have a clear picture of how digital assistants will make their mark in the business world.

  • May 28, 2015 28 May'15

    Mobile application management untangles work, personal data

    Personal mobile devices and applications are woven into the enterprise, and they have created a tangled web. In many cases when workers use their own smartphones and tablets to access corporate ...

  • May 21, 2015 21 May'15

    Keolis says bon voyage email, hello content collaboration

    When email wasn't getting the job done anymore, Keolis turned to collaboration software and cashed in on the results.

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  • May 21, 2015 21 May'15

    Progress Software acquires development tools

    Progress Software acquisitions return company to its legacy by supporting developers and development tools.

  • May 19, 2015 19 May'15

    Mobile release cycles keep IT on its toes

    Organizations will be left in the dust if IT doesn’t keep up with the pace of mobile change.

  • May 15, 2015 15 May'15

    Citrix vs. VMware war intensifies with protocol, IoT innovation

    When CEO Mark Templeton took the stage at Citrix Synergy this week, it was in front of a graphic that read “Beyond the horizon,” perhaps a subtle jab at competitor VMware. Certainly, the tech talks ...

  • May 14, 2015 14 May'15

    ShareFile steps up security with third-party DLP integration

    Citrix ShareFile will allow for third-party DLP integration within its data zones, as IT shops look for a balance between ease of use and security.

  • May 14, 2015 14 May'15

    Citrix XenMobile puts a new spin on containerization

    Future versions of XenMobile will be able to containerize publicly available apps on the fly, removing a major app management hurdle.

  • May 14, 2015 14 May'15

    BYOD vs. COPE: There's no easy answer

    With all the personal devices employees want to bring to work these days, it seems like a no-brainer that BYOD would be the way to go. But plenty of companies still find it easier and more ...

  • May 13, 2015 13 May'15

    Are enterprise applications viable on Apple Watch?

    With enterprise application delivery today, it’s go small or go home. As more employees want to access corporate data on their personal devices, companies are looking to provide critical business ...

  • May 12, 2015 12 May'15

    Back-end complexity slows XenMobile deployments

    Despite improvements to XenMobile 10.1, many enterprises encounter challenges around IT expertise and the complexity when it comes to XenMobile deployment.

  • May 11, 2015 11 May'15

    IT ponders public vs. private app stores

    As IT departments zero in on managing applications and data over devices, many find that the next step in maintaining control of company resources is to use an enterprise app store. In the May ...

  • May 08, 2015 08 May'15

    Is the Apple Watch viable in the enterprise?

    The Apple Watch is the most anticipated smartwatch to date. Get to know its specs and features, and most importantly, whether the Apple Watch has any business relevance yet.

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