They say: "Apple is not an enterprise company", but things have changed -- Tim Cook's Apple is an enterprise company, here's some proof.
University researchers say Knox is so flawed that Samsung needs to 'rethink' security.
Samsung's Knox security platform isn't ready for prime time, and customers are not happy.
"The iPad isn't a productivity device," they said. "It's just a giant phone," they moaned. "It's got rounded corners," they complained. "They" can say what they like, Here are 5 great reasons iPad Air is good for the enterprise:
The enterprise-class security in iOS 7 will keep Apple in companies for the short term, but eventually Android smartphones and tablets will clobber the iPhone and iPad.
Without a way to use the fingerprint sensor for signing into third-party software, the new hardware won't have much use for corporations.
I know I should be writing about those new iPhones and those dubious images rumor sites are making so much money with as they publish them. What's sad is that as they fetishize the iPhone as an object they completely miss its significance as solution, and that’s what I am going to talk about -- three ways the new iPhones are about to change lives.
Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer may be taking a page from the Apple playbook in repositioning his corporation as a "devices company", but that's just smoke and mirrors to disguise a firm that's lost its soul: its data surveillance deal with the NSA undermines its precious position in the enterprise. Here's why:
A high standard for consumer-focused personal and project organization apps for Apple platforms has been set with the introduction of NoteSuite, a powerful iOS/Mac notekeeping solution that integrates support for iCloud.
The focus at WWDC may appear to be on consumer markets, but Apple has also made major improvements to its offering to enterprise users with a range of iOS 7 features that should maintain the maker's place at the crest of the BYOD wave -- and few hints of where it is going...