iPhone SE, iPad Pro Now Available At Apple Stores
The smaller, less-expensive iPhone SE, along with the iPad Pro, are now available for sale starting March 31. In addition, a new teardown of the iPhone SE shows how Apple managed to create its smaller iPhone.
Office 365, Slack Gain Enterprise Users: Study
Microsoft's Office 365 is the most popular off-the-shelf cloud application, while Slack is the fastest growing among business customers, according to a report from Okta, an identity and mobility management service provider.
Microsoft Shrugs Off iPad Pro Threat
Apple is going after Windows PC users with its smaller iPad Pro. Will the updated device pose a threat to Microsoft? Redmond says it isn't worried.
iOS 9.3 Web Links Bug Causes Apps To Crash
In the wake of a bricking problem with older iPhones and iPads, users who have downloaded iOS 9.3 are now encountering a separate issue that is causing apps to crash or freeze when launched. This time, Apple may not be to blame.
iPhone SE, New iPad Storage Pricing Is A Rip-Off
Apple continues its practice of overcharging for storage with its newly unveiled iPhone SE and the new smaller iPad. The company's devices should come with more onboard storage, and upgrading shouldn't be so expensive.
Why IT Needs To Tear Down Data Silos
Making quality data available to decision-makers across the organization is our job as IT professionals. Jonathan Feldman, CIO of the City of Asheville, NC, tells us why IT must find ways to prevent data from disappearing into corporate silos, never to be seen, shared, or acted upon.
Barry University CIO: Managing The Mobile Security Load
In higher ed, CIOs have to deal with ultra-connected students and faculty whose devices increase the security burden on IT, while managing the growing use of online video as an educational tool. Here's how the CIO of Barry University in Florida handles it all.
IoT Security Could Crack Quickly In The Quantum Era
Internet of Things security is only beginning to get serious attention. However, it might already be too late. In the era of quantum computing, the fragile security that protects IoT devices may crumble faster than you think.
The Best Place To Work In IT: Cast Your Vote
InformationWeek is honoring the most rewarding place to work in IT with our 2016 People's Choice award. The winner, determined by your votes, will be announced in May at the InformationWeek Elite 100 Conference and Awards.
How To Make Your Workplace Culture Collaborative
Open spaces, water cooler talk, and allowing employees to update Facebook are often more effective in creating a collaborative workplace than all the team-building exercises your consultants can dream up. Here's a look at what works in the real world.
iPhone Encryption Battle: What Apple Can Learn From BlackBerry
BlackBerry was the preferred smartphone for business users a mere five years ago, until the company decided to allow certain governments to access user messages. Apple could face the same confidence loss from corporate customers if the company assists the FBI to crack the security of the iPhone.
Carhartt CIO: Business Experience Is Key To IT Success
Recently appointed Carhartt CIO John Hill has taken a career path that spans the IT and business sides of the enterprise. Here's why he thinks it will become increasingly difficult for IT professionals to rise to the CIO level without getting significant business-side experience.
5 Secrets For Becoming A Courageous CIO
Dan Roberts, CEO and president of Ouelette & Associates Consulting, has been coaching CIOs since 1984. Here, he shares his guidance on why courage matters in IT and offers five ways for CIOs and others to be brave in today's changing enterprise environment.
Amazon Alexa Can Now Pay Capital One Bills
Capital One cardholders can now ask Amazon's Alexa smart assistant to perform select banking activities, such as accessing account details and paying bills. The new capability adds to Alexa's growing list of skills.
Samsung Claims Galaxy S7 Preorders Are Strong
Samsung's flagship smartphone reaches stores Friday, and the company says consumers are showing a high level of interest. Samsung has made similar claims in the past, however, and the numbers didn't quite pan out.
Galaxy S7: Shortcomings Revealed
Samsung's flagship smartphone reaches stores March 11. Here are some fast facts about the Galaxy S7 you need to know before you buy.
SanDisk CIO: How To Determine Business Want Versus Need
SanDisk CIO Ravi Naik spoke with InformationWeek about how he figures out the difference between the technology his business executives want, and the technology they really need. His experience holds lessons for any IT leader looking to make technology a true driver of business outcomes.
How Stryker's First-Ever CISO Reined In Cloud Chaos
From her post as deputy CIO of The White House to being named the first-ever CISO at Stryker, a medical device manufacturer, Alissa Johnson is no stranger to challenges. Here's a look at how she reined in an environment loaded with cloud applications and shadow IT.