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New laws keep your boss out of your social media accounts

Under new laws, employers in Illinois and California cannot ask for usernames and passwords to the personal social media accounts of employees and job seekers.

Why Windows To Go is perfect for BYOD

The Windows To Go feature of Windows 8 Enterprise eliminates many of the concerns and headaches of allowing users to bring their own PCs.

'BYOD' struggle continues for IT admins in 2013

IT leaders are finally integrating smartphones and tablets into the workplace, but the new year will bring more challenges for separating work and play in the office.


RingCentral's new SMS feature keeps your number private

RingCentral's cloud business phone service will enable SMS texting to and from a business number--even on personal mobile devices.

Dual-identity smartphones could separate work from play

In the near future, you'll be able to buy a smartphone that runs two interfaces, splitting your professional and personal lives.

Businesses buying iPhones 'in droves'

Apple iPhones and Android smartphones will replace BlackBerry as the most popular handsets that workers use, according to IDC research.

Mobile workers' health threatened by spending weekends online

A new survey found 63 percent of mobile workers are spending at least six hours each weekend online -- and nearly one-third are online for up to 20 hours over the two days.

BYOD 101: What are BYOD and the consumerization of IT?

Employees want to use their own mobile devices at work, and they're winning.