New Features Fortify Mac OS X Mountain Lion
Posted by:Monica Samuel July 31st, 2012
Mac OS X Mountain Lion is available to the public for an upgrade fee of $19.99. The latest upgrade makes Mac work even better with iPad, iPhone and iPod touch while also making the operating system beefier and securer. We’ve run a blog on the iOSization of Mac OS X 10.8 before so we’ll talk about other new or enhanced … Continue reading “New Features Fortify Mac OS X Mountain Lion”
Posted by:Ranjani Rao July 26th, 2012
When it comes to enterprise applications and development, enterprises have professed more faith in iOS devices as compared to Android. In fact, CTOs and CIOs are showing greater interest in Windows 8 as a potential contender in the enterprise. Android‘s recent security debacles and malware issues seem to have tarnished its reputation as a … Continue reading “Strong Position of iOS in Enterprise Contributes to Its Popularity among Developers”
Posted by:Ranjani Rao July 24th, 2012
Mid-year 2011, Firefox announced plans of launching an OS that would run on the Gecko engine that also supports the popular Firefox web browser. Since then, industry support for the HTML5 based OS has grown with leading operators across the globe looking at the new open source OS as a means to support low-cost feature rich smartphones in the market. … Continue reading “Firefox OS Mobile Phones – Another Mobile Player?”
Posted by:Monica Samuel July 19th, 2012
Steve Ballmer, Microsoft CEO, released a customer preview of the ‘biggest most ambitious Office’ update to date, Microsoft Office 2013 on Monday, July 16 at a San Francisco event. Hands-on reviews confirm that the newest Office version is designed for the cloud and mobile environment, is tightly integrated with cloud services Microsoft Office 365 andSkyDrive, and works well on … Continue reading “Microsoft Office 2013 Preview: Touchscreen, Cloud and Mobile the Clear Focus”
Posted by:Ranjani Rao July 18th, 2012
Oracle is very serious about the JavaFX platform for rich clients. It’s also in discussions with Apple over the support of Java on the bestseller iOS platform. These topics are critical enough to warrant multiple speakers giving dedicated technical sessions along with keynotes and demos at JavaOne 2012 at San Francisco. The event will run from … Continue reading “JavaFX and Java on iOS: Oracle to Reaffirm Faith at JavaOne 2012”
Posted by:Shyam Sundar July 17th, 2012
The tablet arena will no longer be the almost exclusive realm of iPad with Microsoft Surface joining the fray. Microsoft kept pretty cagey about its Surface tablet. When it invited the press to a conference in Los Angeles on June 19, 2012, not many knew what was in store – the leading OS provider unveiling its first tablet with Windows … Continue reading “Microsoft Surface Competes with iPad and Android Tablets”
Posted by:Shyam Sundar July 12th, 2012
Google has decided to cement Android’s competence as a tablet operating system by releasing a tablet of its own – Nexus 7 with the latest Android 4.1 Jelly Beans version. From the ranks of a software provider alone, Google has also become a hardware provider. The Nexus 7 has been designed and built in collaboration with ASUS who has its … Continue reading “Google Becomes Tablet Manufacturer with Nexus 7”
Posted by:Srini Bhopal July 10th, 2012
As more and more enterprises spread across geographical boundaries and the mobile workforce encompasses executives as much as sales, marketing and feet-on-street, it becomes essential for CXOs to develop a mobile strategy. The needs of the BYOD (Bring Your Own Device) generation as well as the rising demand for market agility is compelling organizations to look for mobile … Continue reading “Enabling Your Mobile Workforce with Enterprise Mobile Apps”
Posted by:Ranjani Rao July 6th, 2012
Mobile security is a matter of huge concern for CTOs and CEOs across enterprises. It’s not just about the data risks associated with mobile devices but also legal and regulatory policies, and protocols that govern how data should be stored, transmitted and processed. On the other side of the coin, tightening security leads to usability issues that hamper productivity and … Continue reading “Balancing Mobile Security with Usability”
Posted by:Srini Bhopal July 5th, 2012
With the rise of personal mobile devices into the internal spaces of enterprises, it was only a matter of time before enterprise app stores came up. Even though public mobile app stores such as Apple’s App Store and Google Play offer ready-made options for publishing and distributing apps, some enterprises select to go with private stores for greater fine-grained control, … Continue reading “Following BYOD, It’s Enterprise App Stores for Mobile App Development”

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