Not that long ago you faced a choice: collaborate or be mobile. To collaborate, you had to be physically near other people so you could speak with them, hear their ideas and share documents. Being mobile meant sacrificing that
With non-IT departments often having a clearer picture than IT of the technology that can improve how they work, how should companies factor in the views of all parties while maintaining IT’s control of technical processes?
A hacker reportedly embedded an NFC chip inside his hand to infect and control Android devices. The exploit seems relatively inane, but the concept of 'biohacking' could have far-reaching security implications.
According to a new study of around 3 million apps on employee smartphones, 5.2 percent of iOS apps and 3.9 percent of Android apps are actually dead, removed from their respective app stores and no longer supported.
The Apple Watch isn't due to hit the market until April 24, but many security professionals are already thinking about the security implications of the new generation of wearables that it promises to usher in.
There’s been a lot of discussion about the 270% ROI Windows Server 2012 offers –and that’s significant. But let’s go beyond the numbers to see what else R2 has to offer.
The Windows Server 2012 R2 upgrade is exactly what you need
Second-hand smartphones and tablets can be a great financial deal for those who don't mind last year's technology that still functions perfectly well. The problem - to both individuals and the enterprise - is that it can be very...