While chomping on turkey, stuffing and gravy, Apple shareholders can give thanks that the company's stock price is rebounding from an odd slide. But this doesn't mean Apple hasn't had its own share of turkeys.
Why did Apple trot out the fourth-generation iPad, called the iPad with Retina display, only seven months since releasing the now-discontinued third-generation iPad? Tom Kaneshige of CIO.com weighs in.
Everything about Apple is as American as apple pie, even its decision to send manufacturing and unskilled-labor jobs to China. What matters more is that Apple products have spawned high-paying jobs for skilled workers in America, writes CIO.com's Tom Kaneshige. That's why the Apple name keeps popping up in this year's presidential election.
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Many obstacles stand in the way of the iPad's march to the enterprise.
Enterprise app stores like the SAP Store can change the way enterprise software is bought and sold. Like any revolution, though, it won't be an easy process.
Earlier this month, Apple CEO Tim Cook told the audience at the AllThingsD D10 Conference that Apple likes to "put all of our wood behind a few arrows."
A simple smartphone number can be an incredibly important corporate asset, but companies will have to give it up in a BYOD scenario.
Bring your own device for work and you might give your employer permission to search it for pilfered secrets.
For resources-strapped companies that want to get in the mobile app game, a Web app tuned for smartphones and tablets is a wise choice.
In a wide-ranging interview, an Apple expert shares real-world experiences about iPads in the enterprise, mobile device management and BYOD. Key takeaways for IT: Don't improvise when it comes to iPad adoption and don't get bypassed by rogue users.