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.
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.
The Secret Service theft is a reminder of how common the disappearance of our devices can be and the risks that are involved.
News this week included 5G, Gigabit LTE, zero rating from Verizon and privacy rule regulations getting gutted.
Jason Kaul, helpdesk supervisor at StarTech, a connectivity hardware supplier, shares five tips on helping alleviate tech panic for traveling staff.
Details on some of the more interesting 2-in-1 offerings from companies like HP, Lenovo, Panasonic and Porsche Design.
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.
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 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.
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.
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).