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Amazon's expected smartphone already faces skeptics
WHITE PAPER: Mobiquity Inc.
Five Steps to Developing a Successful Mobile Strategy
Don't lose time and money with a "throw an app against a wall to see if sticks" approach to mobile. It won't work. You need a well-thought-out strategy to take full advantage of mobile. This white paper lays out the five important steps to a robust enterprise mobile strategy. Learn more.
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WHITE PAPER: Network Instruments
Your Guide to Troubleshooting VoIP
Real-time voice communications are sensitive to delay and variation in packet arrival times. This paper guides you through the essentials of VoIP troubleshooting, including common problems as well as the metrics you should employ to fix and prevent them. Learn More
5.5-inch iPhone may cost $100 more, but consumers are willing to pay
Galaxy S5 gets QHD display and latest Snapdragon processor, but only in South Korea
WHITE PAPER: BMC Software
The Future of IT: A Customer First Approach
Explore how customer-first policies can make use of social, mobile and cloud technologies to give workers the freedom and flexibility they desire to drive company productivity. Learn More.
Microsoft trims Surface Pro 2 prices as sales of successor loom
10 amazing features Windows 8 and Windows Phone 8 need to share
What should I look for in a Next Generation Firewall?
With so many vendors claiming to have a Next Generation Firewall (NGFW), it can be difficult to tell what makes each one different. John Pescatore of SANS Institute originally coined the phrase and now explains what he suggests enterprises look for when considering alternative NGFW solutions. Learn more >>
Facebook takes aim at Snapchat with new Slingshot app
15 Chrome OS productivity apps that work offline
Here are 10 reasons for the surging popularity of open source software.
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