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  • May 08, 2015 08 May'15

    We are living in an app store world

    I've never found a mobile calendar app I'm 100% happy with. Part of the problem is, I keep my work and personal calendars separate. Work runs on my Windows PC through Microsoft Outlook and ...

  • May 04, 2015 04 May'15

    Ship.io brings continuous delivery to port

    Ship.io automates the build, test and time-to-market deployment phases of creating native iOS and Android mobile apps.

  • May 04, 2015 04 May'15

    HBO's 'Silicon Valley' stays (somewhat) true to tech

    If you're not yet watching "Silicon Valley," drop your servers, code manuals and stray wireless mice, and find someone's HBO Go password to steal. I mean borrow. While the show is clearly a comedic ...

  • May 01, 2015 01 May'15

    New enterprise mobile security tools strengthen EMM, IAM

    New mobility tools beef up security options for IT around secure VPN, Android devices and IAM.

  • April 28, 2015 28 Apr'15

    Synergy is coming

    It seems like it was just the dead of winter. Back in February, trapped in Massachusetts' third blizzard of 2015, I thought, "I'm stuck in the tundra forever. Citrix Synergy will never get here." ...

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  • April 27, 2015 27 Apr'15

    Microsoft ad goes viral for all the wrong reasons

    One of the great things about mobility is that employees can get work done whenever from wherever they are. But just because you can do something doesn't mean you should do it. A Microsoft ...

  • April 24, 2015 24 Apr'15

    AirWatch boosts VMware's EUC biz as Citrix sputters

    A little over a year after acquiring AirWatch, VMware says its mobility products are driving its overall EUC growth. License bookings for VMware's end-user computing (EUC) products, including the ...

  • April 21, 2015 21 Apr'15

    BlackBerry adds enterprise file sync-and-share with WatchDox

    BlackBerry's focus on software and services continues with an acquisition that gives customers a secure enterprise file sync-and-share tool.

  • April 21, 2015 21 Apr'15

    An app rating is worth a thousand words

    Have you ever downloaded an app, only to never use it again? You're not alone. With millions of mobile apps available these days, users don't have to be loyal. We can pick, choose, download and ...

  • April 17, 2015 17 Apr'15

    VMware integrates AirWatch, NSX for hybrid cloud security

    The latest VMware/AirWatch integration with NSX creates individualized virtual networks for enhanced security.

  • April 15, 2015 15 Apr'15

    Startup takes mobile data security to the file level

    With high-profile data breaches becoming more prevalent, IT can look to tools that protect mobile devices down to the file level.

  • April 14, 2015 14 Apr'15

    Security completes the mobile DevOps trifecta

    "Mobile DevOps" sounds like the result of a marketing brainstorming session. Marketer 1: "What's a hot technology these days?" Marketer 2: "Mobile." Marketer 1: "OK, what else?" Marketer 2: ...

  • April 14, 2015 14 Apr'15

    Enterprises turn to MADPs for in-house mobile apps

    Even if your organization has developers on staff, app dev is challenging. MADPs can help enterprises build and deploy the mobile apps their employees want and need.

  • April 14, 2015 14 Apr'15

    The changing role of DevOps in enterprise mobility

    The lines between mobile application development, enterprise mobility management and mobile infrastructure get blurrier by the day. It's hard to find the right tools to properly manage and secure apps after they've been built, and even harder to ...

  • April 09, 2015 09 Apr'15

    Citrix 'disappointed' in Q1 earnings, CEO says

    Citrix's first-quarter revenue will be at least $20 million short of projections. The company announced its preliminary earnings today, reducing its revenue outlook to $755 million to $760 million ...

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