Wireless Security: Good News, Bad News
Individuals seem to understand the potential problems that could arise if their wireless connections are compromised; however, many still are not taking all the steps necessary to secure their information, according to a survey conducted for the Wi-Fi Alliance.
Microsoft: Missing the Mark in Mobile
Even if Microsoft can't be an innovator in mobile, it's essential that disparate mobile technologies integrate as seamlessly as possible with the plethora of Microsoft enterprise technologies.
Universal Charger For Phones A Possibility
Everyone with a phone has at least one charger for it. If you travel or work long hours, you may have an extra charger or two. Those can often be thrown in the trash if you get a new phone since it will likely require a different charger. A proposed universal charger could eliminate that problem.
10 Telling Tidbits From Microsoft's 10-Q
Investors need to look beyond the headlines and read the fine print to understand the real challenges and opportunities facing the world's biggest software company.
Paessler Speeds Up Network Monitoring Tool
Faster, faster, and even faster, that is the expectation among IT users. In response, Paessler boosted the performance of PRTG, its network monitoring solution, by 300 percent.
Android Sits Atop The Smartphone Mountain
In the 4th quarter of 2009, Google was in fourth place with its Android platform. 2010 was a banner year for the fledgling platform and by the time the year was up, it had catapulted to the top spot.