Don't-Miss Business mobility Stories
As more employees bring smartphones and tablets to work, managing the devices, securing data, and fighting malware is critical.
Android phones are in high demand by workers, but they lack key security features. Here's how to make sure Android phones are used safely in your company.
The new wireless sync feature of iOS 5 unshackles your iPhone and iPad from your PC, allowing you to wirelessly sync your devices via Wi-Fi. Here's how to set it up.
The new Shortcuts feature of iOS 5 makes it easy to compose complex messages quickly on your iPhone or iPad. You can even teach your device new words with just a few simple steps.
Custom vibrations are among the best-kept secrets of iOS 5. Here's how to customize the vibration pattern of your iPhone 4 or iPhone 4S.
Sitting at a desk all day is not the healthiest thing you can do, but this gear can help you stay active even when you're tied to a desktop or a laptop.
Many of us rely on the Internet to get things done. Here are some tips and services to help you work smarter and more productively on the Web.
A well-planned Wi-Fi network can greatly improve your small business's productivity, without sacrificing security or performance.
When it comes to managing phones and tablets in your organization, working closely with a partner and establishing clear policies are the keys to success.
With the right services and software, you can keep documents, contacts, calendars, and Web browsers synced across a PC, phone, and tablet.
Transition your business from PC to tablet with a few simple tips and tricks shared by other professionals who took the plunge.
These terrific tools and tips can rescue your wayward mobile devices and keep your personal data from falling into the wrong hands.
These apps let you make Wi-Fi calls from computers, mobile phones, and tablets--and save your cell phone minutes for times when you need them.
Although it's too easy to report a business closed on Google Places, the service can help your company. Here's why you should get your business onto Google Places--and how to start.
Amazon's Appstore for Android doesn't have as many apps to choose from as Google's Android Market does, but I prefer buying my apps there anyway. Here's why.