iPhone

The iPhone is Apple's foray into the smartphone category. The device was introduced to the AT&T network in June 2007. The latest iteration, the iPhone 3G, was introduced in July 2008 and initially encountered problems. The iPhone is revolutionary for its creative user interface and because it is not being subsidized by the network and vendor, thus driving the price to users higher. The iPhone, which has spawned many competitors, is not essentially aimed at business.


Articles

IT Business Edge 2015 Editorial Calendar

This is a calendar of special topics that will be covered on IT Business Edge in 2015. Our coverage will not be limited to these topics. More >

Microsoft, Google Help Create Ethernet Consortium for Clouds

Broadcom, Mellanox and Arista are other founders of the group that has developed a spec for 25GbE and 50GbE. More >

CIOs Lack Control Over Obsolete Apps?

One in four applications could be retired, according to an estimate by Capgemini, but it's not always easy for CIOs to retire an out-of-date legacy app. More >

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Interviews

BYOD, Wireless Drive Network Complexity

The explosion of wireless devices has increased the number of devices workers use at home and at work. Ankur Chadda discusses the implications this has on the enterprise.

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Protect Data or Device? The Key Choice in Securing Mobility

Focusing on the device inconveniences users and doesn't work.

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Controlling the Mobile Transition

BYOD (bring your own device) is a well-established trend. The next steps are to redesign business processes as mobility takes root and implement a “buy the right device” program.

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Resource centers

Business Intelligence

Business performance information for strategic and operational decision-making

SOA

SOA uses interoperable services grouped around business processes to ease data integration

Data Warehousing

Data warehousing helps companies make sense of their operational data

Editor's Choice

The Nine Best Tech Jobs for 2015

Security Staffing

Given the strong job market IT pros have experienced over the past few years, it's not surprising to find that a good portion of the top 25 jobs fall solidly into the technology field, including such jobs as software and mobile developers, data scientists, network engineers and project managers.

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Wearable Tech in the Enterprise: ‘Everybody Is an IT Decision-Maker Now’

Oracle’s Play for Converged Infrastructure

Data Gives Federal Agencies Pause on Cloud Adoption

New IT Model a Good Fit for SMBs

 

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