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As any enterprise IP professional knows, these days employees frequently use their mobile devices for all kinds of applications related to work. Put simply, BYOD is an unstoppable force. This though raises a key challenge for IT. In an age of rampant cybersecurity breaches, how can employees’ mobile devices ...

As noted in a recent blog post, one of the interesting trends in IT is that Apple has decided to make an aggressive move into the enterprise. This can be seen in the recent announcement of their comprehensive partnership with IBM to target enterprise IT. One startup that was quite ...

As any enterprise IT specialist knows, company employees are increasingly going mobile. Travelling employees such as sales executives are just as likely to be using an iPad or iPhone as their main device as opposed to a PC. This mobility is generally a plus for an enterprise’s efficiency productivity, but ...

As anyone with a smart phone knows, the main application most of us use our devices for today is data. From social media, to GPS directions to internet surfing or apps like Flipboard, the amount of data travelling through mobile networks is increasing exponentially. For IT or network pros who ...

Of all of the challenges enterprise IT specialists are facing today, there may be no bigger than the BYOD trend. While the PC may not be dead, many enterprise employees increasingly do their work on mobile devices. This raises an important challenge for IT. How can they keep their sensitive ...

IT Professionals deal with a variety of issues as the pace of change in the enterprise IT world is changing at perhaps's it's fastest pace ever. From cybersecurity to Cloud computing, IT departments are facing a number of challenges at once. One issue enterprises of all sizes are dealing ...

Back in 2002, Microsoft ruled the PC world. The iPad and iPhone were not even a gleam in Steve Jobs' eye, voice was the dominant cellular application, and mobility or "death of the PC" was nowhere close to entering the IT lexicon. While Apple was doing well as a ...

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