Wednesday, January 07, 2015

Mobility startup giving Windows apps a second wind

  Best of CES 2015: In pictures | D-Link shows off radical 802.11ac routers and Wi-Fi adapters at CES

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Mobility startup giving Windows apps a second wind
Windows desktop applications aren't going to disappear from enterprises overnight, but if Reddo Mobility has its way, many of them will morph into mobilized ones sooner than later. Read More

WEBCAST: Citrix Systems

Building a User-Friendly, Secure Clinical Mobile Workspace
In this webinar, hear how Southcoast Health System designed an integrated platform leveraging virtual desktop infrastructure and application virtualization to deliver its integrated EMR system plus a multitude of other critical applications as well as an enterprise mobility management solution to support their bring-your-own-device policies. 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

Best of CES 2015: In pictures
The best and most noteworthy products and technologies found at CES 2015. Read More

D-Link shows off radical 802.11ac routers and Wi-Fi adapters at CES
Networking company looks to up its game in terms of Wi-Fi performance. Read More

Wi-Fi Aware certification process revs up
An emerging wireless service called Wi-Fi Aware could allow smartphone and tablet users to easily locate users of nearby devices in crowded locations to play games or collaborate. Read More

'Find My iPhone' foils thieves once again
You might think that smartphone thieves would be smarter by now. Not so. Read More

Operations Management in the Virtual Data Center
Traditional IT architectures have been typically based on silos, with computing resources dedicated to specific applications and over resourcing to accommodate peak demands and potential future growth. Virtualization systems have been replacing these silos with a layer of shared resources, multiplexed among dynamic workload demands. Learn More

The Week in iOS Accessories: Speakers, writing slates, and more from CES
Speakers, writing slates and more from CESThis week's roundup of accessories is 100-percent full of items on display at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas. Bluetooth speakers? We got 'em. And a few other gizmos, too.808We found a couple of new Bluetooth wireless speakers from this company at CES. The $60 XS "features full stereo sound, an enhanced bass radiator, and an efficient 12 hours of rechargeable battery life," while the $60 NRG GLO (pictured) is shaped like an energy drink can and features a "Glow" mode that adds mood lighting to the beat of your music.To read this article in full or to leave a comment, please click here Read More

Videos from CES 2015
Take a look at the sights and sounds from the annual consumer show in Las Vegas. Read More

Apple now offering unlocked and SIM-free iPhone 6, 6 Plus smartphones
Apple on Tuesday began offering at its stores and online unlocked and SIM-free editions of its iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus smartphones, giving an alternative to those who want to avoid being tethered to long carrier contracts. Read More

Microsoft's device share growth to outpace Apple's through 2016
Microsoft's share of shipped devices will climb slightly this year and pick up some steam in 2016, but Apple's share will grow at a more sluggish pace because of slow-downs for the iPhone and iPad. Read More

WHITE PAPER: Citrix Systems
NSS Labs Web Application Firewall Comparative Analysis
NSS Labs reported that NetScaler AppFirewall achieved an overall block rate of 99.8% at $1.93 TCO per protected Connection Per Second – the lowest TCO of all contenders – that placed it in the Recommended section of their Web Application Firewall Security Value Map. Learn more >>

Microsoft goes retro with Lumia feature phone
You can't play Angry Birds on it, but you won't have to charge it for a month, either. Read More

ZTE attacks US prepaid phone market with 6-inch phablet
The Grand Max X Plus arrives on Cricket Wireless on Friday Read More

Qualcomm tricks out Cadillac with Android 5.0
Qualcomm shows how Android can make cars cooler and safer Read More

Alleged sketch of iPad Pro with four speaker modules emerges
A sketch of the rumored iPad Pro emerged earlier this week Read More

7 Android gizmos we're looking for at CES 2015
  CES is the place to be this week for all your gadgety goodness. Read More



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