Microsoft and Google cut the crapware, but the odor lingers

May 25, 2012
Android smartphones and Windows PCs have long been laden with junky apps and promos, but perhaps the end is near
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WWDC sneak peek: Don't let iOS 6 blind you to the real action in iCloud

May 18, 2012
Apple has launched many cloud services in the last year that would make sense to integrate into the iCloud platform
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Who owns what when employees use their own tech

May 11, 2012
A simple principle is that you own only what you pay for -- and slavery is illegal
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Don't be so trigger-happy for a remote wipe

May 04, 2012
IT often feels better knowing it can wipe a user's device at will, but there's usually a more sensible option
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Apple's next revolution should be in your car

April 27, 2012
Car stereos and navigation systems are a mess, but Apple could make it all just work
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The BYOD era may be ending already

April 20, 2012
In 2010, the bring-your-own-device notion was derided; in 2012, it became normal; in 2014, it may be seen as an odd exception
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The fallacy of business social networking

April 13, 2012
Going social is all the rage -- except among employees. A few clues as to why
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The lessons IT must learn from Apple

April 06, 2012
Apple has wormed its way into the broad population, creating new expectations -- and a model -- for IT
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Millennials aren't the villains or drivers in consumerization

March 30, 2012
Claims of a fundamental difference in Gen Y is often cited as consumerization's shaping force -- don't buy into that
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Don't call me a 'consumer' or an 'end-user'

March 23, 2012
Language matters, and people who use these terms likely view you as a sheep or supplicant
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