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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.

Five Tips to Keep Employees Connected

2/5/2014
Today’s workforce increasingly demands flexibility in physical location.  Here's five tips on how employers can use a cloud-based phone service to keep employees connected, no matter where they are are.

BlackBerry's Birthday Wish is the Enterprise

2/3/2014
BlackBerry 10 turned one last week, and if Executive Chair and CEO John Chen blew out any candles on a Q10 shaped cake, he likely wished for the enterprise. What do other BB execs have to say about the company’s path back?

GUESS App Disrupts Store Operations

2/3/2014
With 15 dashboards at their fingertips through the GMobile app, GUESS employees are armed with actionable data. The company also launch a new customer-facing app  backed by deep analytics.

Get Beyond BYOD, Seriously

2/3/2014
The next, and biggest, challenge presents itself: how to keep these devices connected and provide a seamless and productive working experience while they’re on the network.

The New Mobile-First User Experience

1/29/2014
The consumerization of IT has led end users to usurp the IT department as the gatekeepers of technology. So Accellion launches kiteworks to enable employees to work securely, wherever.

BlackBerry 10 Update Released

1/28/2014
BlackBerry 10 OS version 10.2.1 is a new software update for BlackBerry 10 smartphones. The update includes hundreds of new enhancements and refinements that will make the things faster and easier and help users stay better connected.

What Mobile Workers Want

1/27/2014
I will give up TV for my smartphone and own 3+ connected devices. I make my own hours. I work from home. I communicate through social.  Who am I? #GenMobile, and the enterprise better be ready.

More Mobile Consolidation Inevitable

1/27/2014
There is no shortage of targets for larger IT companies seeking to add mobile to their offerings.  And mobility in the enterprise is too big a deal for neat standalone vendors offering key capabilities to survive.
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