Bad news for organizations turning to cloud computing as part of a broader initiative to “go green”: Many of the most popular cloud providers are also the least environmentally friendly, according to a new report.
Following Apple’s announcement about the release of the new iPad, it’s time for IT departments to prepare for support requests for another popular consumer device.
Apple’s iPad has dominated the consumer tablet market, and it appears to be doing so in business as well. In fact, even IT professionals are using them at work, according to a recent survey.
Is your IT department currently supporting the iPad or other tablets? If not, it may only be a matter of time, if the average American’s opinion on the future of mobile technology is to be believed.
More IT departments will be required to support the consumer-friendly iPad tablet in 2012. One of the reasons:
Though many business IT environments remain Windows-only, some experts say it’s time to start supporting Macs – partly because employees are using them anyway.
Android smartphones have made headlines recently due to a few high-profile malware incidents. But overall, how does Android’s security compare to that of Apple’s devices?
The iPad 2 has made a huge splash in the consumer market. But does the popular device have a place in your organization?
Which computers are users most satisfied with? Hint: It’s a brand your company likely isn’t using.
Antenna problems have made the launch of the new iPhone a less than stellar event for Apple. In fact, the problem was so bad, the phone was compared to Windows Vista.