Top news for December 19, 2014, including cloud-based apps, AirBnB's mobile experience and the VA's tablet deployment.
As companies struggle to manage and secure BYOD devices, they are increasingly turning to cloud computing as a solution.
Companies wanting to spruce up their corporate wellness programs may find the answer in a new mobile health, or mHealth, product called the Activity Kit Health Solution.
Mobility is fueling the rapid growth in social business, which is dramatically changing the way we work, says market research firm IDC.
"Amazon.com is quietly hiring chief information officers to pitch prospective customers on the benefits of its cloud," Clint Boulton recently reported in The Wall Street Journal.
Top news for November, 5, 2014.
The top news stories for Oct. 13, 2014.
As companies become more comfortable with using the cloud, alternative collaboration platforms to the established powerhouses, such as SharePoint, will become more competitive. Will Kelly of TechRepublic took a look at Huddle, one such challenger, and the advantages it has over its competitors.
Following reports that it will lay off up to 10 percent of its workforce, Microsoft kicked off its Worldwide Partner Conference with week with a stress on the positive, focusing on mobility and cloud initiatives.
According a presidential directive issued in 2012, all federal agencies must manage permanent and temporary email in an electronically accessible format by 2016. Tod Newcombe, Senior Editor of Governing, says the mandate is great in theory but until the government steps out of the Stone Age, the policy is next to meaningless.