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  • January 16, 2012 16 Jan'12

    Amazon Kindle Fire: Coming soon to an enterprise near you

    The Amazon Kindle Fire is showing up in enterprises. Now, IT pros have to figure out the best way to integrate these new tablets into the desktop environment.

  • January 13, 2012 13 Jan'12

    Kinect for PCs brings gesture-based computing to the enterprise

    Microsoft Kinect for Windows brings voice and gesture-based control to business PCs. It’s like science fiction, but will go live February 1. Here are the potential enterprise uses.

  • January 11, 2012 11 Jan'12

    Smartphone evolution leads to enterprise and consumer device convergence

    With the cloud era upon us and apps for everything, the line between enterprise and consumer smartphones is gone. The cloud and other trends will deepen device convergence.

  • January 10, 2012 10 Jan'12

    IT experts want better security features in iPad 3

    IT pros say Apple needs to add a number of security features to make the iPad 3 enterprise-friendly. Here’s what Apple might deliver and what IT experts hope to see in iPad 3.

  • January 09, 2012 09 Jan'12

    2012: The year of business tablet use

    Apple’s iPad leads the expected boom of business tablet use this year. Enterprise iPad use is taking off because IT pros like the iPad’s security and management options.

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  • January 06, 2012 06 Jan'12

    Microsoft bringing out the big guns for WP7 marketing: News in brief

    Microsoft and Nokia hope to knock the iPhone and Android off their pedestals with a reported $200 million marketing campaign. Plus: news on Oracle’s Android lawsuit and more.

  • December 20, 2011 20 Dec'11

    Top 5 consumerization of IT news stories of 2011

    It was a big year for consumerization as personal mobile devices and cloud services made serious inroads with businesses. Count down the stories that really got people talking.

  • December 16, 2011 16 Dec'11

    More Microsoft iOS apps hit App Store: News in brief

    Microsoft released an iOS SkyDrive app and added iPad support for OneNote. Plus: news on Box, YouSendIt and a dangerous Angry Birds clone.

  • December 12, 2011 12 Dec'11

    Jive exec says social enterprise collaboration software is good for IT

    Jive’s chief social scientist says social enterprise collaboration software can make life easier for IT pros. But too much focus on the technology itself isn’t good, either.

  • December 09, 2011 09 Dec'11

    Q&A: Box CEO Aaron Levie on cloud storage and collaboration services

    The CEO of cloud storage and collaboration service provider Box, talks about who the real IT decision-makers are why SharePoint doesn’t work.

  • December 02, 2011 02 Dec'11

    Android retains hold on smartphone market: News in brief

    Android is still the leading smartphone OS, and Apple is the top manufacturer. Plus: news on MobileIron 4.5, Panasonic’s future and Ice Cream Sandwich support.

  • November 23, 2011 23 Nov'11

    Microsoft SkyDrive changes target Dropbox, Google: News in brief

    Microsoft wants to integrate SkyDrive with leading services -- even other vendors’ -- to make it more user-friendly. Plus: news on Nokia’s Windows phones and Flash on Android.

  • November 18, 2011 18 Nov'11

    iPhone overtakes BlackBerry in businesses, report says: News in brief

    The iPhone is top dog among business users, a new study says. Plus: news on Google, Motorola and a laptop that runs both Windows and Android.

  • November 09, 2011 09 Nov'11

    Enterprise collaboration platforms go social -- or at least try to

    To meet end users’ expectations in the age of Facebook, more vendors are adding social collaboration features to their enterprise collaboration platforms.

  • November 03, 2011 03 Nov'11

    Microsoft Kinect SDK coming for business apps: News in brief

    Kinect, Xbox 360’s motion-sensing technology, will be available for business application developers next year. Plus: news on HP’s latest tablet and AT&T’s LTE phones.

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