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Jesus Vigo takes a look at each of Apple's OSes as announced during the recent annual event and reviews the new features and functionality as they apply to businesses and enterpris...
Thync is poised to release a wearable which provides calm and energy sensations to help regulate your mood. Learn more about the details and how the energy component works.
Luxury management company Auberge Resorts recently moved their eight properties to Google Apps and Chromebooks. Here's how and why they transitioned from Windows XP.
Software Defined Networking (SDN) is generating interest in the networking realm. Learn why it's important, what Cisco is doing about it, and what the competition has to say about ...
The future of the typical in-house data center is murky due to the advent of cloud computing. Here are some possibilities that might lie ahead.
Growth in sales of Android and Apple tablets to business will significantly outstrip that of Wintel PCs and tablets this year, according to a new report.
Donovan Colbert thinks that things are still sorting themselves out for tablets in the enterprise, but an argument could be made against tighter control by Google. Do you agree?
New IT pros -- and even industry veterans -- sometimes make costly, embarrassing mistakes. Here are a few common missteps that are easy to avoid.
Introducing specific communication improvement plans to a company requires educating co-workers and leaders about the appropriateness of each type of communication solution they mi...
Deb Shinder wants Microsoft to pick a name and stick with it and to stop confusing their customers.