Mobility

Articles

A Milestone Approaches in the Never Ending End of IPv4

At some point this summer, ARIN will no longer be able to fulfill requests for IPv4 addresses. But that's not a huge problem if ISPs continue working toward IPv6. More >

Router Vulnerability Highlights IoT Security Risks

SEC Consult has identified a vulnerability in NetUSB, which could allow hackers to exploit routers and other IoT devices on the network. More >

Good Technology Lets Mobile Users Edit Microsoft Office Documents

Good Technology this week announced that users of its Good Work secure mobile email application can now both view and edit Microsoft Office attachments. More >

SMBs Ignore the Risks of BYOD

Perhaps part of the problem is that no one seems sure about who is in charge of security. More >

Mobile Adoption High on SMB List, but Mobile Security Isn’t

BYOD may be a convenient and inexpensive way to bring mobile tech to SMBs, but owners must realize that these devices can be dangerous and need high-level protection. More >

Disregard What Telecom Execs Say About Net Neutrality’s Impact on Capex

Despite what the executives of several carriers said prior to the FCC ruling, most are still investing in new broadband deployments. More >

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Interviews

Global Employee Study Guides Dell’s Flexible Workforce Strategy

Dell conducted a study to fully understand exactly how technology is shaping the workforce and help its customers respond to these challenges and opportunities.

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Study by Dell, Intel Sheds Light on Employees’ Technology Adoption, Expectations

The Global Evolving Workforce Study revealed new attitudes toward productivity, mobility and sneaking personal devices into work.

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Wearable Tech Startup Aims to ‘Change the Way We Practice Medicine’

An entrepreneur who's been designated as one Stanford grad who might change the world is working on a wearable device to capture and analyze health data.

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Most Popular Features

Six Mistakes that Lead to Poor Enterprise Software Adoption

Enterprise software development is a massive undertaking. Yet, surveys show that more than half of businesses are flat-out terrible at getting users to adopt new software.

Why HP Is Failing: It Starts with Marc Andreessen and Meg Whitman

HP is failing because the folks who run it don’t know how to run a company like HP. Board members could save it, but maybe they are part of the problem.

Job Interview Tips: Talking About a Horrible Boss

Quick, name a horrible boss you've had (or have). Unless you've yet to hold a job, it's unlikely that you had any trouble bringing a name or two (or three) to mind.

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