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January 10, 2012  8:53 PM

Samsung: It’s better to be SAFE than sorry



Posted by: Colin Steele
Android, mobile device management, mobile device security, Samsung

LAS VEGAS -- Two new Samsung devices, the Galaxy Note and the Galaxy Tab 7.7, will offer security and management enhancements for business users. The devices, announced this week at the International Consumer Electronics Show, are the first to carry the Samsung Approved for...

October 21, 2011  12:35 PM

Early iPhone 4S sales top 4 million: News in brief



Posted by: Colin Steele
Android, Apple, BlackBerry, Google, iCloud, iOS, iPad, iPhone, mobile device security, Motorola, Research in Motion, Samsung, Verizon Wireless

By Julia Anderson and Colin Steele, Editors Apple sold more than 4 million iPhone 4S devices in the three days after its launch, the company reported....


October 7, 2011  12:06 PM

Interop reporter’s notebook



Posted by: Colin Steele
Amazon, Android, Apple, BYOD, mobile device management, mobile device security

NEW YORK -- Some interesting tidbits picked up while covering the consumerization of IT at Interop this week:

  • From Chris Hazelton, research director with the 451 Group: It took 20 years to sell the first 100 million PCs. It took six years to sell the first 100 million smartphones. It...


October 7, 2011  11:14 AM

Experts to IT: Focus on data, not devices



Posted by: Colin Steele
BYOD, mobile device management, mobile device security

NEW YORK -- Many IT managers are scrambling to control the influx of personal smartphones and tablets in the enterprise. But they might want to focus more on applications and data.


September 30, 2011  11:21 AM

Amazon Kindle Fire tablet debuts: News in brief



Posted by: Colin Steele
Amazon, BlackBerry PlayBook, Cisco Systems, Hewlett-Packard, Kindle Fire, mobile device security, Research in Motion, VMware, WebOS

The new Amazon Kindle Fire tablet got a lot of hype this week, but it might not make inroads among business users.

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September 22, 2011  4:53 PM

HP fires CEO Apotheker: News in brief



Posted by: Colin Steele
BlackBerry, Hewlett-Packard, Microsoft, mobile device management, mobile device security, PlayBook, Research in Motion, Windows Phone 7

Hewlett-Packard has told CEO Leo Apotheker to hit the bricks after less than year on the job. Former eBay CEO Meg Whitman will replace him. Apotheker was under fire for the failure of HP's TouchPad tablets,...


September 21, 2011  1:44 PM

Mobile device security risks: More than just data loss



Posted by: Colin Steele
mobile device security

Data loss isn't all you have to worry about when granting corporate access to mobile device users. You could also expose your organization to legal trouble up the wazoo.


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