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Apple Season Starts

8/20/2013
It seems that we can’t help it. Apple has barely hinted to what’s coming, but feature and factor speculation is rampant. Other mysteries include the actual date of the launch, and according to “Woz,” what exactly was true about the new Jobs movie.

Managing the Millennials

8/19/2013
Mobile technology has created a generation gap like never before – those who were born before the Internet —and those after. How do you address this converging workforce?

RDP Client for iOS and Android

8/19/2013
Ericom releases AccessToGo 2.0, featuring patent pending PPI optimization display technology, automatic sizing of client device fonts and touch targets for users’ convenience and efficiency.

AdminStudio Takes on BYOD

8/15/2013
Flexera Software enhances solution to help businesses address consumerization of IT and BYOD when it comes to managing cost, complexity and control.

AvePoint Perimeter Promotes Trust

8/14/2013
Solution ensures that business critical Microsoft SharePoint assets are only accessed by trusted users, within trusted locations, on trusted devices, as defined by the organization.

Mobile Security for Android

8/13/2013
Sophos introduces the latest version of its free Android security app, Sophos Mobile Security 3.0, its full-featured mobile security and anti-virus application.

Accounting For Mobility

8/13/2013
Solution enables workflow for more efficient  and compliant billing, expense management  and time tracking.

BlackBerry Out of Plays

8/12/2013
Forming a Special Committee “to explore strategic alternatives,” BlackBerry might be on the selling block, if partnerships and alliances don’t get BB10 moving.

G2 Debuts

8/12/2013
LG Electronics launches its latest flagship smartphone, the first smartphone introduced under the company's new "G" Series for premium devices.
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