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Google Teams Up With CDW

2/7/2013
CDW will now provide Google Chromebooks with web-based management - a full, cloud-based computing solution.

Attention BlackBerry Keyboard Addicts – Q10 Will Be a Wait

2/7/2013
The first BlackBerry 10 device, the Z10, has seen early success in countries where it is available and it's likely to be offered in the United States by mid-March. But "crackberry" diehards might have to wait until summer for the keyboarded Q10.

Enterprise Embraces the Cloud

2/6/2013
But cloud trend is increasing the risk of security breaches, according to SailPoint's annual Market Pulse Survey.

DocuSign Upgrades App for Windows 8

2/6/2013
Enhancements include the ability to sign documents, get signatures on documents stored on any cloud storage app or any file on a Windows 8 device.

Dell Goes Private

2/5/2013
Computer company will be purchased by its founder and CEO Michael Dell for $24.4 billion.

BlackBerry 10 - Taking Back the Enterprise?

2/5/2013
In "off the air," but on the record Q&A sessions after the official BlackBerry 10 launch, Chief Executive Thorsten Heins and other top executives were pressed with enterprise questions. So how will the new Blackberry address the new enterprise?

FTC: App Took Unauthorized User Data

2/4/2013
Enterprises beware - a popular social networking app was charged by the Federal Trade Commission with collecting data from user address books without their consent.

Data in the Dumpster

2/4/2013
When BYOD devices are either recycled or tossed, the risk to the enterprise might be the last thing on an employee's mind. Who's minding the aftermarket data?
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