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Microsoft Enterprise Mobility Suite takes an all-encompassing approach to enterprise mobility and BYOD security in the enterprise.
The enterprise mobility market had its fair share of hits and misses in 2014. The Apple/IBM partnership. The launch of Android L. Acquisitions in the mobile device management (MDM...
Chromebooks are making headway in the enterprise, but they still have a few obstacles to overcome. We dig into the big three.
Google is competing even harder for your business with new storage pricing, mobile features, and improved migration tools.
Many users finally migrated off of Windows XP in the weeks leading up to the expiration of support, but millions of XP systems are still in use by businesses and consumers.
In a strategic move to lure business users facing a loss of XP support, Google has dropped the price on Chromebooks for business. How many businesses will jump at the offer?