Whether you want to build an app for internal use or to connect your company with the public, take a closer look at what's involved.
Many people use their personal smartphones to do work. Here are five ways to access your work and personal data without carrying two handsets.
Hackers can exploit email to hack into your work accounts. But these simple techniques can help protect your email account and company data.
When you need to impress an audience, smartphones can serve some surprising purposes.
As Windows 8 will extend from desktops to mobile devices, Microsoft aims for the OS to use mobile broadband as easily as it accesses Wi-Fi.
Keeping track of Web-related data can be a time sink. Cyfe simplifies this by displaying data from dozens of services, including Google Analytics and Facebook.
Apple will focus the new iBooks 2 primarily on textbooks, and its success could affect businesses in many ways.
With rumors of tablets starting at $599, will Intel and Microsoft use lessons learned from their netbook experience to lower the costs and better compete with the dominant iPad?
A recent survey shows that iPad competitors still have a long way to go toward making inroads in the business world.
OnLive Desktop offers remote access to a cloud-based full Windows 7 desktop, including Microsoft Office applications and cloud storage, all from an iPad.
VMWare's tool would let you create a virtual machine on a smartphone, separating personal and professional data.
Windows 8 will include a Storage Spaces feature that provides RAID-protected storage along with space you can expand simply by plugging in USB disks.
Product rollouts for CES are beginning as Lenovo introduces a business ultrabook within its ThinkPad Edge series.
With dozens of ultrabooks set to be introduced at CES next week, choosing one will be difficult. Watch for these important features.
Amazon, Apple, Facebook, Google, and Microsoft have grand plans for 2012 that will affect the way you work.