Enterprise Apps

Employees Bring 1,000s of Unsafe Apps

The average mobile enterprise supporting BYOD  has an app environment that can steal data, perform suspicious actions and share personal info

BYOD Leads to Innovation

To support the company's motto of "creating a culture of genius," Mark Grimse, VP of IT, Rambus, supports personal devices so his team can focus on more valuable IT work.

Apple Pay Checks into Marriott

The phased introduction begins this summer in the U.S. and will include brands in popular locations, such as The Ritz-Carlton, EDITION, Renaissance Hotels and Marriott Hotels.

Connect for Free at Houston Airports

With a new infrastructure, all terminal areas of the William P. Hobby Airport and George Bush Intercontinental Airport are now delivering Wi-Fi services to airport customers.

Apple Has a Superlative Day

The Apple Spring Forward event was about more than just one category and one device, with unpredicted new notebooks and ResearchKit, along with Watch details—the thinnest, the most reach and the priciest.

MacBook Is Disappearing

Apple surprisingly unveiled a new notebook that's so thin, CEO Tim Cook asked if the audience could even see it.

Apple Watch Opens a "New Chapter" in Tech

From price to customizable face, the newest form factor from Apple communicates, monitors, tells time and will certainly say something about the user's status.
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