Tag: enterprise

iPhone, Products

17 ways the iPhone transformed enterprise tech

January 10, 2022

Via: ComputerWorld

“Every once in a while a revolutionary product comes along that changes everything,” said Apple CEO Steve Jobs introducing the iPhone 15 years ago on Jan. 9. The device kept that promise, ushered in a whole new set of paradigms […]


Top 10 Enterprise Messaging Solutions

August 12, 2019

Via: Kelly Redmond

In today’s workplace, collaborating with a diverse team spread across continents is a common scenario—but it also means that communication is more important than ever. You can’t just walk up to a coworker’s desk because their messaging app stopped responding […]


Why Is Mobile Threat Defense a Necessity for Enterprises?

March 21, 2019

Via: James Hughes

Mobile Threat Defense (MTD), Mobile Threat Management (MTM), Mobile Threat Prevention (MTP)—regardless of the exact terminology, these all lead to the same concern: securing mobile devices. The highly digital world we live in has fundamentally changed the way we work. […]


Is the iPhone X Good for Business?

September 22, 2017

Via: Brenda Ford

Apple recently announced its new, long-awaited iPhone 8, 8 Plus, and iPhone X. While the iPhone 8 is more of an incremental update to last year’s iPhone 7, the iPhone X touts a completely new design and set of features. […]

iOS, Operating System

What iOS 10.3 offers the enterprise

May 30, 2017

Via: Computerworld

A lot of technical coverage about iOS 10.3 has focused on the introduction of APFS, a new modern file system that will eventually power all Apple products. APFS replaces the decades-old HFS file system that has been a staple for […]


Up close with the powerful DJI drone that could change business

February 27, 2017

Via: Mashable

Drones are becoming big business. Now they’re on the precipice of becoming part of business big and small. DJI — a company that has built drones for entry-level fliers (the Mavic Pro), prosumers (the Phantom line) and  photo and cinematography professionals […]

News and Press

3 Points That Help Tackle Enterprise Mobility Challenges

February 21, 2017

Via: MobilityTechZone

Mobility has become the key enabler of a broader digital transformation, and enterprises are rapidly mobilizing their businesses for better results. Merely allowing the use of mobile devices for business interactions isn’t going to land you anywhere, you need to […]

Gadgets, News and Press

Gartner: Enterprise Mobile Devices Yet To Show Their Strength

December 2, 2016

Via: InformationWeek

When it comes to companies supplying employees with computers, the venerable desktop — not a tablet, smart phone, or even a laptop — is the most frequently issued device. But the trend is toward more flexible and mobile devices, Gartner […]

News and Press

The inefficient efficiency of Hyperconvergence (and other alternatives)

October 26, 2016

Via: Gigaom

Last week I was on a call with an executive of a large HCI vendor. He asked me what I actually thought about Hyperconvergence and whether, from my point of view, it will become dominant in all types of enterprises… […]

Networking, Wireless

Bringing IoT data into public clouds is getting easier

September 28, 2016

Via: Networkworld Cloud Computing

The formidable processing power and analytical tools available in public clouds could make industrial IoT more effective and less expensive. But bringing IoT data into the cloud takes more than a network connection. On Tuesday, two companies moved to help […]

Editorial, Gadgets, Laptops, Tablets

Productivity – reduced or improved by tech?

June 23, 2016

Via: James Hughes

How does modern mobile technology affect productivity levels in the work environment? Here is a question many online materials have strove to answer, in both positive and negative ways. While some claim that mobile technology is bound to distract employees […]


How Apple’s consumer software miscues hinder it in the enterprise

February 19, 2016

Via: Networkworld Cloud Computing

Apple is, at its core, a consumer electronics company that makes two-thirds of its revenue from iPhone sales. However, as the technology world shifts from a hardware-driven model to one in which software, services and data deliver more value and […]


Arista beefs up EOS to make cloud migrations easier

January 22, 2016

Via: Networkworld Cloud Computing

One of the fundamental tenets to my research has always been that significant share gain opportunities happen during market transitions. New markets require new ways of thinking and different approaches, even in mature markets. This is how Arista Networks could […]


Lenovo’s Yoga 900 and Miix 700 Get Enterprise-Friendly Business Editions

January 4, 2016

Via: LaptopMag

Lenovo’s ThinkPads aren’t its only set of enterprise-friendly computers. Here at CES, the company announced business editions of its recently-released Yoga 900 (which currently sits atop our Best 2-in-1 page) 2-in-1 and Miix 700 detachable tablet. Both devices feature enhanced […]

Gadgets, News and Press

Google just revealed what its next version of Google Glass will look like, and it’s aimed at business workers

December 29, 2015

Via: Bussinessinsider

The Google Glass project was one of the most hyped devices that died an early death when Google opted not to turn it into a consumer device. But its successor, Google Glass Enterprise Edition, a project now run by Nest founder Tony Fadell, is […]


Payments, Data The Key In Enterprise Evolution

December 16, 2015

Via: Pymnts

The movement to cashless payments is having a seismic effect on the global payments system, according to a recent white paper by IDC, titled “Payment Platform: Enabling Enterprise Transformation Through Actionable Data.” The key force driving the adoption of cashless transactions […]


Why Microsoft will beat Google in the enterprise cloud war

December 11, 2015

Via: Networkworld Cloud Computing

As Google and Microsoft battle for enterprise cloud customers, each company’s natural strengths (and weaknesses) become more apparent. Microsoft, for example, is winning over large enterprises that already have massive workforce on Office 365. Google for Work, meanwhile, continues to […]


Goodbye, rack-and-stack administrators; hello cloud architects (and hand-holders)

November 23, 2015

Via: ZDNet

Three or four years ago IT departments and leaders were “not in the conversation” when it came to cloud service implementations. Now, organizations are looking to their IT people for leadership in what is turning out to be a new […]

Editorial, Networking

Shadow IT – a challenge for your business?

November 4, 2015

Via: IT Curated

Shadow IT is a term that covers the reality of intra-enterprise information-technology solutions that compensate the busy schedule of the official IT department. The occurring issues in the tech field are resolved outside the explicit organizational approval. Factors that generate […]


So far, tepid responses to growing cloud integration hairball

November 2, 2015

Via: itCurated

The momentum is toward hybrid approaches to cloud, involving varying degrees of on-site systems augmented by off-site cloud services. The only problem is these mixes are creating integration headaches for all concerned. Most enterprise IT shops even still approach integration […]