The 5 lessons both IT and business should learn from Apple

The 5 lessons both IT and business should learn from Apple

Tired of being ineffective and unloved? It's time to act different


Apple Watch: The Internet of things' new frontier

A combination of liquid computing technology, smart focus, and compelling interface shows the right way forward


iOS 8's hidden revolution goes way beyond the iPad and iPhone

Handoff, Touch ID, extensions, HealthKit, CloudKit, and HomeKit are all part of a larger plan that moves liquid computing forward


Support letdowns tarnish Apple's sterling quality

By building better products, Apple creates higher user expectations for addressing issues when they arise


Pay up: The free ride is over for corporate BYOD

Some companies saw BYOD as a way to make employees pay to do their job, but a court ruling may end that abuse


The 3 ways the Internet of things will unfold

The three key segments of the real IoT are on different paths, so don't think of them as one entity


Blame the iPad for the crash in tablet sales

The iPad is not new any more, and tablets are so good that you don't need a new one -- but it doesn't mean PCs are back


What you need to know about using Bluetooth beacons

Apple's iBeacons technology is merely the start of a new approach to location-aware apps


Welcome to the next tech revolution: Liquid computing

The Handoff feature in iOS 8 and OS X Yosemite is the first taste of truly contextual computing


Beyond prisonware: Smart data access for mobile and PC users alike

Here's a radical idea: Monitor what users do with corporate data, rather than keep them from using it


Silicon Valley has become Wall Street's evil twin

The tech industry is not what you think it is, or what it claims to be


Apple is serious about removing the distinction between desktop and mobile

OS X Yosemite and iOS 8 focus on greater integration across platforms and services


Why the iPad is popular and Windows 'tablets' are not

When a tablet tries to be a laptop, people buy a laptop instead -- or a real tablet


Beware IT pros who blame BYOD for their own failings

A user gets access to a server he shouldn't have access to and triggers a misconfiguration that posts private data to the Web. Whose fault is that?


Forced off mobile Office, Box and Dropbox may lose the desktop, too

Apple, Google, and Microsoft have cut out third-party cloud storage, wiping out those services' universality


Put to the test: Microsoft's Office 365 on the iPad and Mac

The good news: Office and Exchange now work credibly on the iPad. The bad news: Microsoft is being as proprietary as Apple


Too big to trust? Google's growing credibility gap

The new Google is not the old Google, and people are starting to take notice


Why the 'retired' Windows XP ain't going nowhere

There are simply too many specialized apps and hardware devices that can't run anything but Windows XP


IT and business remain apart -- and that's a good thing

The irony is that some of that divide is healthy, but few companies can tell the good from the bad


Windows 8 picks up an unlikely ally in Apple

Apple is dropping Windows 7 support in Boot Camp -- and Mac-based Windows users won't like the reasons why


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