Office Mobile won't work on your tablet PC without this trick

Office Mobile won't work on your tablet PC without this trick

If you try to use a corporate or education Office 365 subscription on a personal tablet, Microsoft will lead you astray

Win this book: ‘iPad at Work for Dummies'

Win this book: ‘iPad at Work for Dummies'

InfoWorld is giving away five print copies of 'iPad at Work for Dummies,' a how-to book for business iPad users -- enter today!

6 flagship smartphones you can safely ignore

6 flagship smartphones you can safely ignore

Though they get a lot of coverage in the press, these smartphones should not be on your list when it's time to buy

The only 5 smartphones that matter

The only 5 smartphones that matter

Professional users have five main choices for a smartphone -- you can ignore the rest when you buy

It's last call for Windows Phone

It's last call for Windows Phone

Major cuts in its mobile hardware business and a lackluster Windows 10 mobile beta make you wonder if Microsoft cares any more

Good news! 3 mobile breakthroughs you may have missed

Good news! 3 mobile breakthroughs you may have missed

MobileIron, Samsung, and Apple have moved the needle for smartphones and tablets in ways that really count for business

No, you really don't need an Apple Watch

No, you really don't need an Apple Watch

Apple did a remarkable job on such a constrained device, but it is still a constrained device

Android on BlackBerry: More harm than good

Android on BlackBerry: More harm than good

An Android strategy is no sure winner for BlackBerry, due to market, execution, and technological reasons

Why the boring iOS 9 is good news for IT

Why the boring iOS 9 is good news for IT

Very few of the changes affect IT strategy or tactical concerns, and only the new Notes app might cause issues

No subsidy, no smartphone? The bottom line on upgrades

No subsidy, no smartphone? The bottom line on upgrades

Carrier plans are full of gotchas, but the results of this price comparison may surprise you

Why the boring Android M is good news for IT

Why the boring Android M is good news for IT

The few changes at worst do no harm to IT and in some cases may make things a little easier or safer

5 mobile management questions you should stop asking

5 mobile management questions you should stop asking

Android, the iPhone, and the iPad are well established in business, so it's time to stop thinking about them as new issues

Apple Watch on the road: The good, the bad, the odd

Apple Watch on the road: The good, the bad, the odd

What works -- and what doesn't -- on the Apple Watch for road warriors

iOS still rules in security-focused companies

iOS still rules in security-focused companies

The iOS/Android ratio remains stable, though Windows devices are starting to appear in some sectors

The hidden potential of Google's Project Fi mobile service

The hidden potential of Google's Project Fi mobile service

Will Google deliver a solid, modern approach to telephony for a mobile, multipoint, commingled world?

3 Android Wear mistakes that Apple Watch must avoid

3 Android Wear mistakes that Apple Watch must avoid

Google's smartwatch tech is awkward, frustrating, and not very useful -- and offers mistakes that Apple should avoid

3 UX ideas for the new generation of mobile apps

3 UX ideas for the new generation of mobile apps

Financial services tech firm FIS is trying out three approaches to smarter mobile apps that any developer should consider

In praise of the iPad, 5 years on

In praise of the iPad, 5 years on

With its touch tablet, Apple truly changed the world of tech -- once again

4 barriers blocking enterprise adoption of Android

4 barriers blocking enterprise adoption of Android

The fact remains: iPhones and iPads are a better fit for business use than even the best Android devices

Mobile security: Samsung Knox 2.4 vs. Android for Work

Mobile security: Samsung Knox 2.4 vs. Android for Work

Knox 2.4 is a much more capable security system than Google's Android for Work, but it's not good for BYOD scenarios

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