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Understanding your operations can be critical to business success. To increase transparency, Rocana wants to bring big data and analytics to DevOps.
The company is working with 40 companies to make the iPad work better in the workplace. Jordan Golson explains.
A longtime web designer and now co-founder of a digital health startup, Jessica Greenwalt talked to TechRepublic about her career journey and how she switched from graphic design to a medical tech sta...
OnePlus plans on revealing its own flavor of Android, called OxygenOS. The company's intention is to create software that is open, free of bloat, and customizable.
You don't have to encrypt your sensitive chat communications -- one of these free apps will keep your secrets safe.
Application readiness solutions, app testing, and enterprise app stores can help alleviate the threats risky mobile apps pose to enterprise mobility and BYOD.
Lollipop is almost here, and it should be the most secure Android experience to date. But does this mean security is completely out of the hands of the users? Jack Wallen takes on this question.
Being able to quickly and securely communicate is one of the enterprise's biggest needs. Here are five messaging tools that could help solve the problem.
Before inviting the masses to fling their burning questions at you, here are 7 tips for gearing up for a successful Twitter chat.
Read the backstory of the openFDA platform, which gives the public access to adverse drug event reports. The FDA's open data initiative will add APIs for product recalls and product labels soon.