Don't-Miss Business mobility Stories
Businesses want to transition off of their BlackBerry dependence, and Good Technology is offering a way to do so smoothly, and without sacrificing security.
Dell's Precision M3800 mobile workstation has a screen with a resolution of 3200 by 1800 pixels and starts at $1799. It's targeted at engineers and creative professionals who need strong application and graphics capabilities.
It's not perfect, but according to a recent survey from FixYa, Safari is the favorite mobile browser among users.
Professional-grade audio and video brings clearer conferencing to mobile devices.
BBM, short for Blackberry Messenger, was once an exclusive feature for Blackberry phones, allowing users to send messages amongst themselves without counting against their texting plans.
Samsung Design America, based in San Francisco, says it taps into startup culture for insights
The new release of Microsoft's Windows Phone mobile operating system includes a number of features and updates that business users will appreciate.
The next version of Samsung's Knox security software will offer more features and work on more devices, the company says.
New release of Webroot SecureAnywhere Business—Mobile Protection helps IT admins understand the risk posed by installed apps
BlackBerry's secure environment and sophisticated management tools will be hard to replicate on other platforms. Start looking now.
The idea of developing a touch-oriented Windows 8 'Modern' app version of Microsoft Office before launching Office for iPad seems to make sense at first blush, but it's still a poor strategy.
Facebook continues to push the boundaries of storage and server technology in order to more quickly serve its billion users, and the results are being offered as open-source technology that can also benefit other companies.
Skype's Android app has received a much-needed overhaul, adding a new look and greatly improved video call quality.
Adding convenience possibly at the expense of security, Google will now let people without a Google Account view documents stored in its Apps cloud suite.
Toshiba's first cloud offering will come with a twist -- users will be able to customize the remote hardware being used to host the virtual desktop and storage service.