Microsoft appears to be trying to build a tablet that’s IT-friendly, but in the Bring Your Own Device era, users tend to be choosing their own devices, and this could be an outdated strategy.
Building a green data center makes sense on so many levels. It’s more cost effective, better for the environment and it makes you look like a smart, forward-thinking company that cares about the environment too.
As we wait for the shipments of the new iPad, it’s worth thinking about the impact the latest version is going to have on the enterprise — and chances are it will affect it in ways we can’t anticipate.
Even as Apple products make there way into the enterprise in increasing numbers, Apple still seems to ignore IT and its needs, leaving it in the words of Network World to adapt or die.
Change is the one constant in the IT business these days. Everywhere you look the world is shifting, and in August alone this year we saw a bevy of surprising announcements from some of the most trusted technology brands.
Scott Noteboom, the man who helped build Yahoo!’s cloud infrastructure recently left the company and joined Apple just in time to help build up iCloud.