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Android Security: Progress Amid Continuing Challenges

22 Mar, 2017

Google is making progress in its Android security efforts and significant dangers exist. The two facts are not contradictory. Hopefully, the balance will continue to tilt toward progress and away from insecurity.

Work the Laptop Ban into Travel Policies and Think About UC

21 Mar, 2017

The device ban is a big deal to business travelers. Now, travel time will be a complete waste and that likely will cut down on executives’ willingness to travel.

Secret Service Laptop Theft Should Serve as Security Wake-Up Call

20 Mar, 2017

The Secret Service theft is a reminder of how common the disappearance of our devices can be and the risks that are involved.

The LTE Party Will Continue

17 Mar, 2017

ABI Research released data this week that forecasts that the number of LTE subscribers will double from 2 billion now to more than 4 billion by 2022.

The Move From Wired to Wireless Is Here

14 Mar, 2017

Companies are moving methodically away from wired communications to wireless.

The Android Supply Chain Is Not Secure

13 Mar, 2017

The idea that supply chains to corporate customers are not secure is a new and distressing take on Android security vulnerabilities.

It’s Official: A Version of 5G Coming a Year Early

10 Mar, 2017

News this week included 5G, Gigabit LTE, zero rating from Verizon and privacy rule regulations getting gutted.

Broadband: Fast, but Not Everywhere, and ISPs Lie

09 Mar, 2017

Though broadband speeds seem to be increasing overall, progress is not uniform. There is also a question about whether people can trust what their providers are telling them.

How to Prevent All That Panic from Your Company’s Road Warriors

09 Mar, 2017

Jason Kaul, helpdesk supervisor at StarTech, a connectivity hardware supplier, shares five tips on helping alleviate tech panic for traveling staff.

Cable Operators Widely Deploying DOCSIS 3.1

07 Mar, 2017

DOCSIS 3.1 has moved into the field en masse.

From Panasonic to Porsche: Windows 10 2-in-1s at Mobile World Congress

01 Mar, 2017

Details on some of the more interesting 2-in-1 offerings from companies like HP, Lenovo, Panasonic and Porsche Design.

Samsung Unveils 2-in-1 PCs to Challenge Microsoft Surface

01 Mar, 2017

Kevin Gilroy, executive vice president and head of Samsung Business, says given the size of the demand for 2-in-1 PCs, there’s plenty of room for both Samsung and Microsoft.

No Surprise: 5G Takes Center Stage at MWC

27 Feb, 2017

The big news, not surprisingly, centers on 5G. The question is whether the announcements are more hype, more substance, or an equal measure of each.

SAP Alliance with Apple Bears SDK Fruit

27 Feb, 2017

SAP has unveiled a software development kit (SDK) that can be used to integrate native iOS applications with both SAP and third-party applications.

Verizon to Test 5G in 11 Cities this Year

24 Feb, 2017

News this week included 5G tests, a new Wi-Fi spec, mobile video popularity and smart mobility efforts.

Adobe Embraces Open Electronic Signature Specification

22 Feb, 2017

As e-signatures become widely employed, governing bodies are pushing for an open standard to make it simpler for an electronic signature to move through a process spanning apps from multiple vendors.

Drones and Balloons: COWs and COLTs Out, Loon and Similar Ideas In

21 Feb, 2017

Drones and balloons can be used to provide backup services in case of disaster; to supplement services at high use times, such as during popular sporting events; and to offer service economically to rural areas.

The Year Ahead in 5G Trials

21 Feb, 2017

The new 5G standard, which promises to just about wipe away the gap between wireless and wired connections, will be a huge step forward. Carriers weigh in on their plans.

Charter Considers Fixed Wireless for Business Services

17 Feb, 2017

News this week included Charter's fixed wireless plans, big changes in tech trends, risks in connected cars, Bluetooth popularity, and Verizon's purchase of Skyward.

Instart Logic Drives CDN Pricing as Low as One Cent per GB

17 Feb, 2017

As mobile computing devices become the dominant means through which end users interact with web content, many organizations are more dependent than ever on content delivery networks (CDNs).

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