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CIO Outlook On Security

11/9/2012
BYOD is on the minds of CIOs and security is a top concern that comes with it, but most companies are not keeping up with the threats. In this brief look, three IT leaders comment about the state of mobile security for 2013.

CIO Q&A

11/9/2012
The CIOs featured in Mobile Enterprise magazine throughout 2012 offer their perspective on mobility trends in 2013.

Goodbye Paper. Hello App.

11/9/2012
Digital forms ensure the flow of data to and from the field for Suite Solutions, an Internet, digital phone and cable or satellite TV service company.

HP ElitePad 900 Tablet

11/9/2012
HP's ElitePad 900 is designed for business and government use. It features "smart jackets" for added connectivity and battery options, weighs under 1.5 pounds and supports touch, pen or voice-based input. The device will be available shortly after the New Year.

Nokia Lumia 920/820

11/9/2012
Nokia introduced two new smartphones that feature Windows 8 and Microsoft device compatibility, Microsoft Office Mobile productivity solutions and compatible SkyDrive cloud storage. No U.S. release date as of press time.

Panasonic Toughbook 19

11/9/2012
Panasonic's new rugged convertible tablet PC is designed for use in several verticals. It features optional integrated 4G LTE wireless capability, up 10 hours of battery life and a 500 GB hard drive.

Manage BYOD With Dell Cloud Client Computing

11/8/2012
Dell says its Wyse Cloud Client Manager helps IT departments cost-effectively offer the experience employees require while working to secure sensitive corporate data and enforce business policies.
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