A study by Cisco Systems' Internet Business Solutions Group concludes that the value companies currently derive from BYOD is "dwarfed by the gains that would be possible if they were to implement BYOD more strategically."
Christopher Nerney is a freelance technology writer living in upstate New York. Chris began his writing career in newspapers before joining Network World in 1996. He went on to become executive editor of several IT management sites for internet.com, including Datamation and eSecurity Planet. Chris is a regular blogger at ITworld, where he has written about tech business and now writes about science/tech research. Chris also covers big data and analytics as a freelancer for Data Informed. When he’s not writing, editing or spending time with his wife and three children, Chris performs original music and covers in bars, coffeehouses and on the streets around Saratoga Springs, N.Y.
New threats reported by F-Secure underscore Android's vulnerability and may make it even harder for enterprise professionals to embrace Google's mobile OS.
So you’re not one of the bold and lucky 15,000 people chosen to try Google Glass Explorer Edition (for $1,500). Fear not: You can still get a small taste of what it’s like to wear Google Glass by visiting a site called Glass Sim.
A look at the session schedule for the annual Google I/O developers' conference that starts Wednesday captures the breathtaking range of technology sectors in which the search giant is competing -- and sometimes pioneering.
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.
Google recently began shipping its highly anticipated Google Glass to beta testers willing to spend $1,500 to be among the first to try the wearable computing eyewear. And the first reviews have begun to trickle online. CITEworld takes a look at what some of the early testers have to say.
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.
Remember how Google was widely expected to introduce the next generation of its Android mobile browser -- Android 5.0, or Key Lime Pie -- at its I/O developers' conference in two weeks? The latest rumor sweeping the Internet about Key Lime Pie is that it will be a no-show at Google's annual developers' conference in mid-May. Instead, Google will update Jelly Bean, the current version of Android.