Al Sacco

Senior Editor

Al Sacco is an award-winning journalist and blogger who covers the fast paced mobile/wireless beat for CIO.com and IDG Enterprise, with a focus on wearable tech, smartphones and tablet PCs. Al manages select CIO.com contributors and frequently covers breaking news, shares insightful expert analysis of key industry happenings, writes a wide variety of tutorials and how-tos to help readers get the most out of their gadgets, and regularly offers up recommendations on software for a number of mobile platforms. Al resides in Boston and is a passionate reader, traveler, film buff and Red Sox fan.

9 Must-See Enterprise Products From DEMO 2014

Woz Talks Smartwatches, Apple Watch at DEMO

Woz Talks Smartwatches, Apple Watch at DEMO

Steve Wozniak spoke briefly in Silicon Valley at DEMO, where he expressed his dissatisfaction with the current crop of smartwatches. He also said, however, that he plans to try the upcoming Apple Watch.

A Must-Have Galaxy Note 4 Accessory for Business Travelers

A Must-Have Galaxy Note 4 Accessory for Business Travelers

Samsung's Galaxy Note 4 Extra Battery Kit is a must-have accessory for business travelers who depend on their Galaxy Note 4 smartphones to get work done on the go.

6 Things iPhone 6 Does That Galaxy Note 4 Can't

6 Things iPhone 6 Does That Galaxy Note 4 Can't

The Apple iPhone 6 and Galaxy Note 4 are two of the hottest smartphones available, but they each have their own individual strengths and weaknesses. Here are six ways the iPhone 6 outperforms the Galaxy Note 4.

6 Things Galaxy Note 4 Does That iPhone 6 Can't

6 Things Galaxy Note 4 Does That iPhone 6 Can't

The Apple iPhone 6 and Galaxy Note 4 are two of the hottest smartphones available, but they each have their own individual strengths and weaknesses. Here are six ways the Galaxy Note 4 outperforms the iPhone 6.

30 Ways Google Glass Could be Used for Education (and 2 Reasons it Won't)

30 Ways Google Glass Could be Used for Education (and 2 Reasons it Won't)

An online learning organization published 30 examples of why Google Glass could be a valuable tool for education, but it overlooked two obvious reasons why the wearable computer isn't (yet) suited for the average student.

An Easy Way to Dramatically Improve iPhone (or Any Phone) Security

An Easy Way to Dramatically Improve iPhone (or Any Phone) Security

A password with letters and numbers is a much better way to protect your phone than a four-digit "simple passcode."

4 Security Tips for Apple Pay Users

4 Security Tips for Apple Pay Users

A payments industry expert shares four tips to help you get safely and security started with Apple's new contactless payment system, Apple Pay.

Security, Payments Experts Talk Apple Pay

Security, Payments Experts Talk Apple Pay

Three security and payments industry experts discuss the pros and cons of Apple's new iPhone-based contactless payment system, Apple Pay.

Google Adds 5 New 'Glass at Work' Partners

Google Adds 5 New 'Glass at Work' Partners

The latest group of official Glass at Work partners includes companies that make "Glassware" for industrial, manufacturing, sports and healthcare organizations.

Employees Excited, Concerned About Wearables in the Workplace

Employees Excited, Concerned About Wearables in the Workplace

A new report suggests corporate workers see clear value in enterprise wearable technology, but they're also worried about security and privacy implications, as well as their ever-increasing tech dependence.

AmEx Corporate Card Users: No Apple Pay for You

AmEx Corporate Card Users: No Apple Pay for You

American Express supports Apple Pay for personal and small business customers. Unfortunately, AmEx Corporate Card holders are out of luck, for now.

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