IoT Revolution: Is The Enterprise Ready?
In the connected future, the Internet of Things is expected to play a huge role in everyday life. Are enterprises ready to handle IoT, and what does it mean for security?
Net Neutrality Rules Facing First Lawsuits
The FCC's new net neutrality rules are facing their first challenge from a number of industry trade groups, which have backing from companies such as AT&T and Verizon.
Clintonemail.com: A Cautionary Call To Action
As former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton becomes ever more embattled in the press and in politics because of her personal email usage, we can draw lessons for enterprises and employees alike on contending with Shadow IT.
Windows 10 Vs. Windows 8: 10 Differences
Microsoft recently released a preview of Windows 10. The new OS looks to unify the user experience across different platforms, but how does it compare to Windows 8?
Shadow IT: 8 Ways To Cope
If you're sick and tired of Shadow IT in your organization, you're not alone. Here are some coping mechanisms to help you get a handle on things.
UC: A Work Still In Progress
Unified communication as a tool for enterprise collaboration is making progress but remains very much a work in progress.
Windows 10 Eliminates Passwords
Microsoft is bringing more personalization and security features to Windows 10, including biometric authentication to unlock a device.
Smartphone OS: A 22-Year History
Join us on the following pages as we explore some of the most influential smartphone companies and their operating systems. You'll learn just how far we've come since the first smartphone was released a mere 22 years ago.
iPhone, NXP Advances Pushing NFC Mainstream
Thanks to new technology from NXP, as well as Apple including NFC technology in the iPhone 6, mobile payments are going to be huge. Here's what that future looked like at MWC 2015.
Net Neutrality: Enjoy The Pause Before The Fight
With the official release of the FCC's Open Internet Order, opponents -- including politicians in the US and abroad, as well as telecommunications carriers -- are expected to launch a protracted fight.
Android, iOS, Windows Phone: What's Best For BYOD?
Protecting data on mobile devices is more important than ever, especially with workers using their own smartphones and tablets. For IT pros, which of the three major platforms -- iOS, Android, Windows -- provides the best option for a BYOD plan?
IoT Adds New Wrinkle To MDM, BYOD
For the past few years, BYOD and MDM has focused on smartphones and tablets. Now, companies like AirWatch are turning their attention to the Internet of Things.
NTP's Fate Hinges On 'Father Time'
The Network Time Protocol provides a foundation to modern computing. So why does NTP's support hinge so much on the shaky finances of one 59-year-old developer?
IoT Standardization: Why The Network Matters
We caught up with executives from IBM Research Zurich during Mobile World Congress in Barcelona last week to get the latest news on the company's efforts as part of an alliance with the lofty goal of standardizing IoT and M2M networks worldwide.
Google: IoT Can Help The Disabled
At Mobile World Congress, the head of Google's accessibility engineering team explained how the Internet of Things can help those with disabilities.
11 IoT Programming Languages Worth Knowing
Choosing which language to use for an Internet of Things project can be as big a decision as choosing a hardware platform. Here are 11 options to consider for your next coding project.
Apple Watch: What To Expect On March 9
Apple is holding a special event on March 9 to highlight the Apple Watch. The big question on everyone's mind: Is it as "life-changing" as CEO Tim Cook claims?
Industrial IoT: Creating New Business Opportunities
While the consumer IoT putters along, the industrial world is diving headlong into using connected devices. Here's how mining equipment maker Joy Global plans to use near real-time remote analytics to squeeze more productivity out of equipment.