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Several trends - BYOD, mobile apps, cloud services, social networks - are transforming the workplace, but the only way to harness or manage them is to realize these trends aren't really about the technologies being used. They're about the people using those technologies.
We're still in the gee-whiz phase of Google Glass, and understandably so. But long after the initial thrill of downloading Gmail into your eyeballs fades, and long after the first few clever apps are created for it, Glass owners -- along with the enterprises in which they both work and visit -- will be faced with major privacy and security questions.
Salesforce on Thursday announced Salesforce Communities, an update to Chatter that will let enterprises to create social communities that have business data and processes embedded within.
TIBCO's enterprise social software tibbr now has full support for the iPhone 5, BlackBerry 10 platform, and several new Android devices.
The TwoGo application is powered by Nokia's HERE location service and has saved SAP about $5 million over the last two years of internal use.
The fourth-largest bank in the U.S. is running a BYOD pilot program. We talk to CIO Jim Spicer about the scenarios they're testing, their security approach, and more.
Google's Andy Rubin is stepping aside from his role at the head of Android and Sundar Pichai, who runs Chrome, will also run the mobile platform.