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What Is Going Wrong With BYOD?

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What Is Going Wrong With BYOD?
The Bring Your Own Device movement was supposed to make employees more productive while saving companies money. But a funny thing is happening on the way to mobile nirvana: Companies aren't doing it, according to a new study by CompTIA. Read More


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Why Big Data is a Big Deal
Learn how BMC Control-M for for Hadoop allows IT to extract value from big data, with clear visibility, predictability and increased productivity and efficiency. Learn More

The 12 biggest gaffes by high-tech execs
The 'oops!' heard 'round the worldLate last week, Apple CEO Tim Cook tweeted a photo of himself touring a Texas factory that produces Mac Pros. Nothing special, right? Until you looked behind him and spied a pair of iMacs running Windows. Oops.To read this article in full or to leave a comment, please click here Read More

Making smartphone screens indestructable
University of Akron boasts of strong yet flexible technology that could be coming to a smartphone touchscreen near you Read More

Starbucks' new wireless charging won't work for most devices
Wireless charging wars are likely to limit the technology adoption for the time being Read More

Apple starts exchange program for iPhone adapters that could overheat
The affected adapter can be exchanged in 37 countries Read More


Bringing Business Intelligence to the Cloud
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IBM and Arxan tackle the next big security threat: Mobile apps
Mobile apps have only been around for a comparatively short time, yet it's estimated that 30% of all hacking attacks are directed against them. And you know it will only get worse…IBM and Arxan have a solution Read More

iOS 8 adds incredible new Time-Lapse video feature
This new feature of the iOS 8 Camera app didn't get any attention at Apple's WWDC 2014, but it's exciting nonetheless. Read More

Outlook Web App goes native on Android
Preview requires KitKat and an off-premises Exchange mailbox Read More

Mobile app data collection poses risks for enterprises, Gartner says
Consumer data collected through mobile devices should be considered a full 'citizen' of companies' data infrastructure Read More


State of the Union: Ecommerce Page Speed & Web Performance
This examination of the top ecommerce sites finds a 21% drop in page load times and offers strategies and best practices to serve pages faster. Learn More

Why Mobile Strategies Are Stalling at Many Enterprises
CIOs know the value of having a mobile strategy. So why aren't companies doing it right? A study from Accenture sheds some light on why some companies aren't moving forward fast enough with their mobility initiatives. Read More

How to orange juice-proof your iPhone
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Amtrak explores trackside network to upgrade Acela's Wi-Fi service
Wi-Fi's not always available on trains during rush hour Read More

IT grads get to know GE
At GE, a global IT recruiting program helps bring new computer science graduates into the company and expose them to different facets of the business.Computer science graduates rotate through four different IT assignments during a two-year program at General Electric. Read More


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