August 10, 2017
Apple is about to address a huge drawback of the Apple Watch by giving it LTE connectivity so it can access the internet without Wi-Fi or a tethered iPhone.
August 04, 2017
New features in the Windows 10 Fall Creators Update link PCs and smartphones, making users more productive. But they present some security issues for IT to worry about.
June 28, 2017
With a tech-savvy population and a smartphone penetration rate of 150%, Singapore’s adoption of digital payments is abysmal. Cash is still king in the city-state, especially in the heartlands where ...
April 27, 2017
Is this the phone loyal BlackBerry fans have been longing for? Inspect-a-Gadget goes hands-on with the BlackBerry KEYone, a super-secure Android smartphone with a trademark physical keyboard.
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IT administrators today have a big job: ensuring that end users' needs are met in an ever-changing mobile and desktop computing landscape. Part of this includes getting more involved with enterprise mobile application development. This month's cover story from editor in chief Colin Steele explores how enterprise mobile application development fits into IT's overall end-user computing strategy and what technologies are available to help fuse the two sides.
This issue also recaps the winners of the Best of Citrix Synergy Awards from this year's conference in Orlando, Fla. Plus, columnists dig into the ways cloud influences mobility and why organizations should move from physical to virtual desktops. For a more in-depth look at one desktop virtualization approach, readers can check out Gabe Knuth's Deep Dive on Remote Desktop Session Host. Finally, IT pros share how they take advantage of social collaboration software in their enterprises.Continue Reading
Cortana, Microsoft's virtual assistant, debuted in Windows Phone 8.1 and is included in Windows 10. Users can schedule events, set reminders, plan navigation and more with Cortana. Continue Reading
The business side of organizations is quick to look for monetary benefits when implementing a new technology. But end-user computing tools don't always rake in big bucks. Instead, EUC tech ROI comes from increased productivity among employees and simpler management and maintenance for IT administrators. This month's cover story dig into the ROI businesses can get from these technologies and how to measure it.
In columns this month, experts look at the reasons to move to Windows 10 and how edge computing has evolved due to mobile advancements. The Deep Dive digs into application layering, a technology that sounds simple enough but has many different ways to approach it. And the Device Spotlight shines on the Samsung Galaxy S8, the company's effort to put the troubled Note 7 in the rearview mirror. Plus, IT professionals share their tips for attending the top conferences this summer.Continue Reading
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Harvesting the power of the iPhone, Safari web browser and other search assets, Apple is looking to cultivate integrated chat between businesses and customers. Continue Reading
Since the release of the iPhone in 2007, smartphone technology has become so advanced that the devices really are mini computers. But that doesn't mean they'll replace actual PCs. Innovations to ... Continue Reading
Telemarketing might not be dead, but the near-complete saturation of smartphones in the consumer market has landed some death blows to outbound marketing strategies. Continue Reading
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Social media mistakes can bring down an organization as easily as a technical disruption can. It's important to analyze user activity and include it in a business continuity plan. Continue Reading
As mobile technology improves, smartphone apps for IT administration help data center managers monitor and troubleshoot infrastructure -- regardless of where they are. Continue Reading
The future of VDI may be HTML5 clients. They allow users to access apps from just about any device, including smartphones and Google's Chromebook. Continue Reading
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Azumi Mobile, a smartphone manufacturer, takes advantage of software from DeviceBits to merge AI, machine learning and predictive analytics to overhaul its customer experience journey. Continue Reading
Mobile apps using insecure OAuth could lead to over one billion user accounts being attacked. Expert Michael Cobb explains how developers can implement OAuth securely. Continue Reading
A casual visit to Device Manager revealed an iPhone driver problem. Fortunately, this particular iPhone issue surrenders to good troubleshooting. Continue Reading