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WHITE PAPER: OutSystems
Why IT Struggles with Mobility
This paper chronicles the adventures and misadventures of the enterprise mobile app journey based on our observations working with industry leaders who have weathered three years of pain to arrive at the same conclusions. Learn More
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WEBCAST: Alcatel-Lucent Enterprise
Best Practices in Transforming a Legacy Network
The explosion of mobile device use is testing the limits of legacy networks everywhere. In this webcast you will learn how Abilene Christian University meets the mobile access demands of 4500 University students, and 250,000 connections per day. Learn More
FIRST LOOK: IBM and Apple's new enterprise apps for iOS
Is enterprise IT more difficult to manage now than ever?
Aerohive and Cloud4Wi offer retailers turnkey customer engagement solution
WHITE PAPER: IBM
Forrester 2014 Dynamic Case Management Wave
Forrester has released its 2014 Dynamic Case Management Wave, and for the second consecutive time, IBM is a leader. View Now>>
Patent battles risk disrupting Xiaomi's international expansion
WHITE PAPER: Samsung
Overview of Samsung KNOX 2.0 Platform
This white paper details the technology of KNOX 2.0 including the platform security, application security, and MDM in addition to the certifications. Learn More
Microsoft sets Windows 10's consumer reveal for Jan. 21
The future is now: The 10 biggest tech innovations of 2014
9 reasons good employees leave -- and how you can prevent it
A look back at Cisco's most innovative moves in its 30 years in the industry.
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