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With the recent announcement of Oculus' consumer version, we now have a mostly complete, timeline for when to expect new hardware. For businesses, there's still a lot to do in the ...
As more companies are using Macs in the workplace, it's important for you to have the proper toolset. Here are 10 apps that will help you get more work done with your Mac.
With smartwatches and wearables in general, it can be hard to see real usefulness through the current hype. Here's how professionals can leverage Android Wear devices to make their...
Despite email's drawbacks, it appears here to stay for a while. Workshare's Barrie Hadfield says enterprises can fill in the gaps with effective collaboration and document manageme...
On Wednesday, February 25, Google launched its new Android for Work initiative. Here's what it means for Google in the enterprise.
The rumor mill is awash with speculation about the Samsung Galaxy S6 tilting more toward gimmickry and less toward real-world, functional design. Jack Wallen offers his take on the...
Kick off the New Year with these smart practices for propelling your IT department -- and your company -- toward success.
Everyone knows smartphones are causing us to tune out the world and interact less with others. But is that really the case?
One of the most hotly anticipated events in the mobile space has been Apple's entry into mobile payments. Find out what happens when someone tries to use Apple Pay at Starbucks and...
Apple is now selling dozens of different iPad SKUs, coming a long way from the lean focus it had during the Steve Jobs years.