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Toshiba Introduces Android Tablets

6/12/2013
Toshiba Introduces Android TabletsThree new devices, all powered by Android 4.2 (Jelly Bean) and NVDIA processors, offered at different price points.

10 Features of iOS7

6/11/2013
"You are going to love iOS7" — so said Tim Cook at the opening of the Apple developers conference on June 10. "The new but instantly familiar" operating system is said to be the biggest change to iPhone since its introduction.

Who's Suing Who: The Smartphone Wars

6/10/2013
As mobile devices became popular, so did patent lawsuits — a knock-down, drag out fight between the major manufacturers. Apple and Samsung have each “won” a battle, but who will win the war?

The Good and Bad of BYOD

6/10/2013
The “D” should stand for done as BYO is now a given, but enterprises have still not come to terms with the risks versus the larger benefits.

iPad App Provides Secure Access to Server Files

6/10/2013
HELIOS iPad Document Hub enables iPad and iPhone users to access company server files, for online and offline use, with automated file syncing, spotlight searches, resumable transfers, and enterprise grade security.

Ruckus Offers New Device Agnostic Networking Framework

6/8/2013
Solution combines high capacity Wi-Fi with best in class BYOD to provide easy device onboarding, automatic device-based policy enforcement, granular application filtering, and robust device management to smart Wi-Fi.

Apperian Launches Remote App Control Capability

6/6/2013
As part of its Enterprise Mobile Management platform, new feature for iOS devices enables IT staff to troubleshoot any issue from afar with just a web browser – they get the control they need over the corporate data/apps without intruding on the user’s private data/apps.
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