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Mobilizing Windows

2/17/2014
Our job is to ensure that Microsoft thrives in a mobile and cloud-first world,” wrote Satya Nadella, CEO, Microsoft in his intro letter to employees.  A new partnership of VMware and Google seeks to do that in the “utltramobile” space.

The Hidden Danger of Apps

2/17/2014
Both personal and business-owned mobile devices can represent a potential threat to your organization's data. But there's a whole tier of commonly available apps exist that represent a more covert threat to a security plan.

2014 Is The Year of Mobile Enablement

2/13/2014
Last year was an incredible year for the mobile enterprise, as devices graduated from business tool to key driver among Fortune 2000 and government organizations. With this evolution comes change, but solving old challenges means the creation of new ones. What will the advancements bring for the year ahead?

VisagePulse for Monthly Mobile Analysis

2/11/2014
How much is your enterprise really spending on carriers and non-recurring mobile charges? Visage launches a new Data & Analytics as a Service offering so enterprises can get a handle on usage.

Getting Ready for the Big Five

2/11/2014
Data center consolidation, mobility, security, big data and cloud computing are the top trends these days. Yet almost all state and local governments are unprepared for infrastructure demands.

T-Mobile Means Business

2/10/2014
The uncarrier sets its sights on small business owners, through an aggressive initiative that gets potential clients out of existing contracts.

Is Samsung Slowing Down?

2/10/2014
Android is still on top, but a recent report shows that "Samsung is not invincible" in its efforts to dominate the enterprise.

Perspective on the One Ring Scam

2/10/2014
There are various versions of the scam, but most involve a call from an unrecognized international number (Caribbean or Eastern European). And the consequences aren't nice.

Sync and Share

2/7/2014
Biscom launches an enterprise-class file synchronization and sharing solution, simple and easy to use for end users, with centralized management and control for IT.
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