Last weekend, a hacker who’s been campaigning to make a point about Apple security by playing fast and loose with the now widely-accepted definition of “backdoor” struck gold when journalists … Continue reading
It’s a model that has worked for smartphones for years, with carriers spreading the cost over the duration of the contract. Sure, the consumer pays the price eventually, but … Continue reading
By implementing an official BYOD policy and deploying hybrid cloud tools, companies can eliminate shadow IT and empower employees at the same time.
You’ve likely heard of “shadow IT” or BYOD (bring your own device). Both terms refer to employees using private devices or software at the workplace—think iPads for work, or … Continue reading
Only four out of 10 IT decision makers report that their company has a formal bring-your-own-device (BYOD) policy in place
Nearly three out of every four organizations issue corporate-owned laptops (74 percent) and smartphones (71 percent) to their workforces, indicating that smartphone use and notebook adoption is widespread in the … Continue reading
Apple users have been left with yet another lock-screen flaw, which can allow anyone with physical access to an iPhone or iPad running the latest iOS 7 software to access … Continue reading
Apple is offering discounts on the iPad Air ($30) and the Retina iPad mini ($20) according to a new report from iGeneration (via MacRumors). This is the first time that Apple has included … Continue reading