Monday, January 05, 2015

CES 2015’s best business gadgets

Got an iPhone 6? Do these 10 things first | Comcast sued for launching public Wi-Fi hotspots from customers' routers

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CES 2015's best business gadgets
CES is a consumer show, but there are plenty of nifty tools for businesses too. Read More

WHITE PAPER: Brother International Corp.

A Secure, Easy to Deploy and Use Web Conferencing Solution
Web conferencing is now nearly ubiquitous. At the same time, new research shows that some concerns over the technology linger, particularly about security and ease of use and administration. Read this white paper to learn about technologies that can help address these challenges, both in the public and private cloud. Learn More

: Venafi

IT Security's Responsibility: Protecting Mobile Certificates
When it comes to protecting mobile certificates, IT security leaders must act responsibly - with next-generation trust protection. Find out how Forrester rates IT security leaders' knowledge and understanding of keys and certificate technologies for mobile. Learn More

Got an iPhone 6? Do these 10 things first
Crack open the box, inhale that new iPhone smell, and then follow these easy steps to get up and running in no time. Read More

Comcast sued for launching public Wi-Fi hotspots from customers' routers
Customers complain of higher electric bills, slower internet speeds since Comcast used their in-home routers to launch public Wi-Fi hotspots. Read More

Review: Salesforce has the right stuff for mobile development
Salesforce1 Platform gives Salesforce developers at all skill levels good options for building mobile apps Read More


Webcast - Cloud as a growth engine for business.
IBM and our business partners invite you to join us for a demonstration and interactive discussion about how you can benefit from moving your digital presence to the cloud and quickly deliver new innovative services — both internally and externally. Learn More>>

Lenovo slims down, adds horsepower to new ThinkPads
Lenovo's new ThinkPad Carbon and T450 lines now have Intel's Broadwell chips Read More

Microsoft still believes in feature phones, launches $29 Nokia 215
The 2G phone can remain on standby for 29 days between charges, and has Twitter and Facebook integration Read More

Your Android device needs these 5 apps
Do you have a battery monitor? A file manager? Start downloading, because you'll love Android even more if you have these essential tools on your phone or tablet. Read More

WEBCAST: Fortinet

The Need for a Secure Wireless LAN in Education
In this webcast our subject matter experts explore secure wireless LAN solutions to support your BYOD and mobility needs, while still keeping your network secure. Learn more >>

Top 10 mobile stories of 2014's Al Sacco rounds up 10 of his most popular mobile stories published in 2014, including an article that compares and contrasts the new iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus, a showcase of quirky-yet-valuable wearable devices and a couple of in-depth BlackBerry smartphone reviews. Read More

CheckPoint, Watchguard earn top spots in UTM shootout
When it comes to unified threat management appliances aimed at the SMB market, vendors are finding a way to fit additional security features into smaller and more powerful appliances.To read this article in full or to leave a comment, please click here(Insider Story) Read More

Going rogue
A quick drive around Washington DC found 15 rogue cell phone towers. Read More


The Onion's 10 greatest gags about Google

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