Windows 8 is prompting a lot of questions for businesses. Should we adopt it for employees and phase out Windows 7 and XP? Should we take a wait-and-see approach? What about Windows 8 tablets and phones? Where are the apps?
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Wall Street is working remotely, the carriers are calling in reinforcements, but is your IT organization ready to handle a natural disaster?
The solution from Appointment-Plus lets users add, delete and change appointments and information using an easy-to-use interface.
Users can leverage the device and app management capabilities of Windows Phone 8 with this enterprise mobility management (EMM) solution.
The Microsoft Windows 8 OS debuts today. While there remain a few glitches that will undoubtedly pose challenges, Windows 8 offers a number of features that should appeal to the enterprise and end users.
Appcelerator offers the OneTok module with its Titanium platform to enable knowledgeable voice control with apps.
The integrated, end-to-end SaaS platform from emotive utilizes Windows Azure to run varying technologies and ensure a hybrid development model.
Mobile security, risk management and compliance solutions from Fixmo now support for Apple’s latest operating system and devices.
Good Technology has added Good Share and Good Connect to its mobile collaboration solution to improve workflow and secure collaboration between employees and devices.