Monday, April 06, 2015

What an iPad vending machine looks like

Samsung: New Galaxy phones are built for enterprise use | Ruckus first to roll out enterprise 802.11ac Wave 2 AP

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What an iPad vending machine looks like
Drexel University and the Free Library of Philadelphia have introduced a vending machine that doles out Apple iPad tablets for four hours at a time. Read More

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Mobility: The Game-Changer for your Organization
IDG Research shows a majority of companies (59 percent) allow their employees to do work using their own devices either away from their office or at work. In this webcast, hear from two experts on how to make some critical decisions about optimizing your mobile workforce. Learn More


Applying social business
Infographic explaining the new capabilities in technology and business practices can help organizations adapt to, even harness, these marketplace dynamics. Social business can be combined with mobility and cloud to enable organizations to innovate and execute faster. Infographic ties to the Use Case patterns white paper. Learn More

Samsung: New Galaxy phones are built for enterprise use
The South Korean company company is pitching the Galaxy S6 and Galaxy S6 Edge as popular, stylish -- and secure -- alternatives for businesspeople who might otherwise be thinking about iPhones. Read More

Ruckus first to roll out enterprise 802.11ac Wave 2 AP
Ruckus ZoneFlex R710 WiFi access point boasts multi-antenna technology. Read More

Is it safe to use public Wi-Fi networks?
As long as you take a few common sense precautions. Read More


Transforming Your Business with Software as a Service
IBM SmartCloud Solutions delivers the SaaS solutions needed to maximize collaborations, accelerate innovations, make impactful, informed decisions and become a truly customer-centric organization. Learn More

How to monitor Wi-Fi traffic on Android devices
With these sniffer apps, instead of having to run captures on your bulky laptop, you can walk around with your Android tablet or phone tucked away in your pocket. Read More

Salesforce acquires mobile authentication firm Toopher
Toopher used to offer a mobile two-factor authentication app Read More

Smush your photos to improve Samsung Galaxy face recognition, researchers say
You can improve facial recognition security on Samsung Galaxy phones by morphing multiple photos of yourself to unlock the device, researchers at the University of York's FaceVar Lab say. Read More


IBM Connections- Cloud Security
This white paper is applicable to IBM Connections Cloud as a whole, regardless of the service bundle. Individual white papers that go into additional details about email specific security features of the SmartCloud Notes and IBM Web Mail Cloud email services are also available. Learn More

6 things Samsung Galaxy S6 does that iPhone 6 can't
The Samsung Galaxy S6 and iPhone 6 are two of the hottest smartphones available, but they each have their own individual strengths and weaknesses. Here are six ways the GS6 outperforms the iPhone 6. Read More

4 things iPhone 6 does that Samsung Galaxy S6 can't
The Apple iPhone 6 and Samsung Galaxy S6 are two of the hottest smartphones available, but each has its own individual strengths and weaknesses. Here are four ways the iPhone 6 outperforms the GS6. Read More

Verizon subscribers can now opt out of 'supercookies'
'This is an improvement, but it doesn't do nearly enough,' one privacy advocate said Read More

Survey: A majority of Apple Pay users encounter problems
Issues include terminals that are out of order and transactions that take too long to complete Read More


Meet the White House's new open source-happy IT director

"First Geek" David Recordon comes from Facebook, open standards world.


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