Tom KaneshigeSenior Writer, CIO

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Tom Kaneshige has been covering business and technology in Silicon Valley for two decades. As senior online writer at, Tom covers Silicon Valley culture, BYOD and consumer tech in the enterprise.

Top Tech-Consuming States Love Their Gadgets

Read on for a look at where consumers are leading the gadget charge and where they're hanging back.

IPad at Work on Dirty Jobs: 5 Lessons Learned

Nearly a dozen iPads have been put to work on rooftops and in basements at dirty construction sites, from San Francisco to Las Vegas.

As IOS 4 Arrives, Will Big Companies Benefit?

Will iOS 4, arriving today, really make iPhones and iPads more suitable for heavy-duty work?

iPhone 4 Ups the Ante in the Smartphone Wars

Analysis: Apple's newest entry is drawing record orders -- but the games have only begun.


New OS Lures Enterprise From RIM BlackBerry to Apple iPhone

Apple's upcoming mobile OS offers a lot for enterprises, but adoption takes time. Here's a look inside Varian Medical's ongoing efforts to deploy iPhones around the world.

WWDC Preview: Apple Wages War on Three Fronts

As the world ramps up speculation on the next iPhone and whether Verizon could be getting a big win, here's the tale of the tape so far.

Apple iPad: Confirmed Success Already?

Analysis: Record sales, fan love -- Apple's tablet is clearly on the fast track to becoming a tech success legend.


Mobile Web Conferencing: Next Big Smartphone Trend?

Mobile web conferencing isn't for everyone - but IT leaders should remember that some of the most prominent business users are the ones who want it.


8 Signs You're an Apple Addict

Be alert for these hints that all things Apple have become a way of life.

All Apple This Week, from Flash to a Lost iPhone

This week witnessed high drama in the world of Apple, highlighted by a war of words between Apple CEO Steve Jobs and Adobe CEO Shantanu Narayen.


What a Bad Week It's Been for Apple's Adversaries

Apple has had one of the most spectacular weeks in mobile tech history, taking dead aim at Adobe, Amazon and now Google.

3 Businesses the iPad Can Transform

The iPad is much more than a big iPod Touch for Fanboy consumers -- it's on the march in industry.