ThousandEyes' service can help businesses figure out where problems are happening with a cloud service, whether the issue is on premise, on the Internet, or with the application service provider.
Apple is playing defense with iWork for iCloud, while Microsoft is going on offense with Office Mobile. The prize? Tens of millions of iPhone users.
What do you do when you set a policy and even executives blatantly flout it to get their job done? Something has to change and you have to think through all the implications between your policies and processes.
The problem with protecting confidential information isn't the technology -- it's you. BYOD and security are going to be in conflict so you need to start thinking about what to protect. The simple hashtag could be the way to start.
In spite of all the obvious benefits, enterprise social projects fail more often than not. Here's why.
The benefits of enterprise social network are well documented, but implementing one successfully has proven elusive for many organizations. Here's how health insurance company Humana built one that employees actually love.
Office finally arrives on the iPhone, albeit tied to an Office 365 subscription and missing key Office features -- features that alternative productivity apps have been offering for quite some time.
If you're an Android user whose appetite for a new version of the open-source OS is insatiable, you may have to wait only a few months more. Android 5.0, otherwise known as Key Lime Pie, will be released in late October, according to a report from a Chinese website.
For those of you who are TweetDeck dead-enders, the end finally has arrived. For real. It's time to move on to another Twitter platform.
When Schneider Electric chose Box as their collaboration and file sharing tool, they got more than they bargained as the tool took off virally and hasn't stopped.
News from Google and Apple this week should open Microsoft's eyes about threats to its Office empire.
Apple barely referenced iCloud during its WWDC keynote beyond previewing the upcoming iWork for iCloud service that will compete with Google Docs and Office 365. In the background, however, the company is building iCloud into a powerful identity management system on par with offerings from Google, Microsoft, and Facebook.