These deceitfully simple games for iPhones and Android smartphones will thwart all attempts at productivity and communication. Proceed with caution. By Kelly Sheridan Associate Editor, InformationWeek, 7/24/20159 comments | Read | Post a Comment
A new report shows that the iPhone kill switch may not be as effective as first thought. What does this mean for other smartphone kill switches? By Eric Zeman , 7/27/20159 comments | Read | Post a Comment
Executives from New York-Presbyterian Hospital describe how they brought directories and communications into the 21st Century in this InformationWeek Elite 100 profile.By Curtis Franklin Jr. Executive Editor, Technical Content, 7/30/20154 comments | Read | Post a Comment
Travelers can now translate a greater variety of languages in images more efficiently, even when offline. Foreign travelers in remote areas with poor connectivity now have broader communication options.By Thomas Claburn Editor at Large, Enterprise Mobility, 7/30/20152 comments | Read | Post a Comment
Chip technology from Intel and Micron combines the best qualities of DRAM and solid state memory. It may lead to big changes in mobile and data center operations. By Charles Babcock Editor at Large, Cloud, 7/29/20155 comments | Read | Post a Comment
The world of virtual reality content moves a little closer to the mainstream with the launch of Nokia’s OZO virtual reality camera.By Nathan Eddy Freelance Writer, 7/29/20151 Comment | Read | Post a Comment
3D XPoint, coming next year, combines the advantages of DRAM and NAND flash. It's the first new category of memory introduced since NAND flash debuted in 1989.By Thomas Claburn Editor at Large, Enterprise Mobility, 7/29/20151 Comment | Read | Post a Comment
The Windows 10 rollout has officially begun. Here are five reasons we're excited about the OS, and a few concerns for its future. By Kelly Sheridan Associate Editor, InformationWeek, 7/29/20156 comments | Read | Post a Comment
While Microsoft is positioning Cortana as a digital assistant, it could also filter search results to Bing, giving Redmond a new edge against Google in the lucrative search market.By Larry Loeb Blogger, Informationweek, 7/28/20151 Comment | Read | Post a Comment
Users of Google Compute Engine can now provide their own keys to secure data, turning Infrastructure-as-a-Service (IaaS) into even more of a self-service affair.By Thomas Claburn Editor at Large, Enterprise Mobility, 7/28/20152 comments | Read | Post a Comment
Tonia Williams, CIO of the Housing Authority of the Cherokee Nation, recounts how she was invited to imagine a data center where there was none, and then set out to build it. By Thomas Claburn Editor at Large, Enterprise Mobility, 7/28/20151 Comment | Read | Post a Comment
ShenZhen, China-based startup OnePlus shook the high-end smartphone market last year when it produced a well-designed smartphone with the same (or better) specs than premium models -- such as the Apple iPhone and Samsung Galaxy S6 -- and sold it for half the price. Now, version 2 is hitting the market with a new Android OS.By Pablo Valerio International Business & IT Consultant, 7/27/201511 comments | Read | Post a Comment
Critical vulnerability in Android's multimedia playback engine is easy to exploit, requires no user interaction, and affects 95 percent of Android devices. By Sara Peters Senior Editor at Dark Reading, 7/27/20150 comments | Read | Post a Comment
InformationWeek Elite 100Our data shows these innovators using digital technology in two key areas: providing better products and cutting costs. Almost half of them expect to introduce a new IT-led product this year, and 46% are using technology to make business processes more efficient.
The UC Infrastructure TrapWorries about subpar networks tanking unified communications programs could be valid: Thirty-one percent of respondents have rolled capabilities out to less than 10% of users vs. 21% delivering UC to 76% or more. Is low uptake a result of strained infrastructures delivering poor performance?
Dark Reading Threat Intelligence Survey Threat intelligence is the best way to stay ahead of new and complex attacks, say survey respondents. How analytics influences their IT security strategies varies.