As companies struggle to formalize their BYOD strategies, here comes another sure-to-be-popular device users will be asking IT to support: Apple’s just-announced iPad Mini.
Apple has unveiled the details of the iPhone 5, the latest version of the company’s ultra-popular smartphone. Here’s what the new device will feature.
The iPad is the most popular tablet among consumers, but do any owners of Apple’s hit device actually use the iPad for business?
Rumors about the next version of Apple’s iPhone have been swirling around the web for months, and a few of them have supposedly been confirmed by some iPhone 5 pictures that found their way online recently.
Google recently announced its new Nexus tablet, a 7-inch device designed as a smaller, low-cost alternative to Apple’s iPad. But now it looks like Apple is preparing a similar device of its own.
Many businesses and users are turning to tablets as workplace devices. What’s the most popular tablet for use in business? That depends on where you are.
Despite what most observers were hoping, the keynote at Apple’s Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC) did not include any information about the upcoming iPhone 5. However, the event included some other key updates:
Apple’s iPhone may be becoming the preferred mobile platform for most business, but some management challenges remain. Recently, tech giant IBM has warned that Siri, the popular voice recognition feature in the latest version of the smartphone, could open companies up to significant security risks.
When Apple’s iPhone was first released, it was generally thought of as a popular consumer gadget that had no place in business. But now, despite the unique challenges, more IT departments are supporting the iPhone than any other mobile platform.
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.