July 17, 2014
Comments Off on Who should really worry about Apple/IBM? Microsoft
So Apple and IBM are hooking up. It’s a match made in enterprise heaven, bringing together BYOD favorites the iPhone and the iPad with enterprise apps and cloud services from IBM. It’s a win for Apple, which finally gets some … Continue reading
March 24, 2014
Comments Off on Office for iPad: Big deal, or big yawn?
It looks like Microsoft Office really is coming to the Apple iPad. Well, actually, it will most likely be a version of Office 365, but why quibble? That’s great, right? At long last, the world’s most popular office suite will … Continue reading
March 14, 2014
Comments Off on Crash, bang, boom: Down go all the major browsers at Pwn2Own
If there was ever any doubt that security is a process and not a product, the results of HP Zero Day Initiative’s (ZDI) annual Pwn2Own hacking contest will lay those doubts to rest. All the major Web browsers—Chrome, Firefox, Internet … Continue reading
March 7, 2014
Comments Off on Browser trench warfare: Early 2014 report
As usual, NetMarketShare has Internet Explorer (IE) as the most popular Web browser with a global marketshare of 58.19 percent in February 2014. That represents a minute decrease from January’s 58.21 percent. Its rival Web browser measurement company, StatCounter, on … Continue reading
October 24, 2013
Comments Off on Mavericks: The end of Macs in the enterprise?
Macs have never been that popular in the enterprise office. Sure, people love their MacBook Airs and their MacBook Pros, but CIOs usually frown at their price-tags. Still, the shiny Macs laptops have induced some big businesses, including ZDNet’s own … Continue reading