Microsoft released seven new security bulletins for the March Patch Tuesday, including one for a vulnerability that seems straight from a movie thriller.
Despite recent moves at Yahoo and Best Buy, other companies say they plan to keep offering the benefit.
IT admins now have more control over how workers use Chrome OS devices, covering areas like Web browsing, cookie acceptance and plug-in management.
If your users are constantly bumping into their storage limit, this app can help clear out space-hogging attachments.
Employee morale will plummet and key people will quit as Yahoo forces workers to the office, critics say. But data about telecommuting comes to different conclusions.
The ‘bring your own device’ revolution is invading workplaces nationwide, and whether you’re an IT admin or an employee, you must be ready to handle the growing pains.
As the social network counts more than 200 million members, more employers are using it to tap IT talent.
Helping IT shops deal with the security and management of consumer smartphones and tablets in the workplace will be a big theme at Mobile World Congress this week.
Singapore leads the way in allowing users to own an untethered mobile device, according to a survey of 1,500 users in 10 countries by Dell; U.S. corporations lead on using VDI to control data on those devices.
Microsoft and Apple recommend that businesses deny certain iPhones, iPads and iPods access to Calendar items.