Apple iOS 5.0: 5 Must-Have Features
The iPhone, iPad, and iPod Touch operating system gets an upgrade at WWDC next week, and here are five features we would like to see make their way into iOS 5.0.
RIM Has Lost The War For Consumers
Analyst says Research In Motion has fumbled its smartphone strategy so badly that it no longer has a chance of competing in the consumer market.
Android App Market Stats Reveal Few Downloads
Apple's iPhone App store generates many more downloads compared to Google's store, as the bulk of paid applications go almost completely ignored by the Android masses, says a Distimo study.
IT As A Service Is The Future
Software execs say software as a service has more domains to conquer, will gradually take over more of the IT infrastructure.
iPad And Enterprise File Sharing
MobilEcho, GroupLogic's new mobile file management platform, gives iPad users network access to network shares using a simple app, while granting administrators control over data access and usage.
How To Develop Technical Leaders
Few technicians have the expertise and personal influence to be considered a candidate, and those who do must master these four competencies.
SMBs Aren't Sold On Cloud Storage
Surveys released by In-Stat and Drobo show smaller companies are sticking with on-site storage, but they should consider online backup for an extra layer of protection.
Verizon To Bludgeon Data Hogs With Fees
Wireless network operators have yet to settle on the best policy for managing bandwidth hogs, but Verizon Wireless plans to move to tiered data plans this summer.
E-Books Hasten Demise Of Paper Books
Advances in mobile and e-reader technologies and authors trying new publishing business models are bringing the end of traditional books closer than ever before.
LTE In Your Pocket
Major U.S. wireless carriers are all committed to the Long Term Evolution standard, and it's time for enterprises to develop a migration plan.
The State Of Mobile OS Patching
We expect our PC operating systems to be regularly patched to counter the latest security hole, but we don't have that same assurance with our phones and tablets.
Dare To Question The Status Quo
It's not the job of doctors to know what they want--it's up to IT's innovators to develop something unique, even if their peers find it outlandish.
Apple's Retail Lesson
The company's strong performance isn't just about strong products; it's about a meticulously managed customer experience.
4 Steps To Spark Innovation
Most corporate IT organizations aren't ready for a wave of capital spending after years of cost cutting, standardization, and simplification that came at the expense of innovation.
Physicians Say IT Is Still The Enemy
Understanding the difference between how academic and community physicians think can foster more productive relationships--and perhaps less tension.
Smartphones, Tablets Are Addictive
Half of mobile professionals surveyed by RingCentral admit to using their smartphones before getting out of bed in the morning and would prefer to travel with just a tablet.