Security, manageability, and lower TCO are why Macs should comprise 10 to 25 percent of a company's work PCs.
InfoWorld's Galen Gruman says the IBM-Apple deal is good for both companies: IBM gets to ride the iPad wave, and Apple gets some serious enterprise cred.
The OnLive Desktop service shows just how wrong desktop virtualization can be.
Good Technology's enterprise stats show iPads and iPhones lead despite consumers' Android smartphone passion
Good Technology and ActivIdentity today jointly announced an effort to bring federal-level authentication to Apple iOS devices, such as the iPad and iPhone, and Google Android devices.
A week after promising the PlayBook OS 2.0 to developers in October, RIM cites quality issues and says it will drop a key feature
A not-so-obvious improvement in iOS 5, which became available publicly Wednesday, is a major jump in HTML5 compatibility. InfoWorld saw surprising results in tests of iOS 5's Safari browser against the major mobile and desktop browsers.
Symantec plans to enable its data loss prevention server to work with iPads (even using iCloud) and, eventually, Android devices
One-time Macworld editor Galen Gruman looks at Steve Jobs's career and remembers the Apple co-founder as a polarizing force that in the end reshaped the tech industry several times.
ClickFox, a firm that analyzes customer experience data, says that BlackBerry users need more help than iPhone users -- and Android users need much more help than both.
Infoworld's Galen Gruman thinks the cloud market needs rescuing and sees the red-hot mobile market -- driven by the iPhone and iPad -- as just the thing to rescue it.
Galen Gruman hates to kick someone when they're down, but when it comes to Research In Motion, he'll make an exception.
The iPhone and iPad are decimating companies left and right, at a pace even faster than the PC revolution’s. InfoWorld's Galen Gruman tries to understand why the former giants are failing left and right.
InfoWorld's Galen Gruman looks at Research In Motion's BlackBerry Playbook and finds a tablet that has arrived on the market in a lamentable state.
The new QuarkXPress 9 builds on the strengths of previous versions, and adds some truly innovative new capabilities, such as ShapeMaker and welcome sophistication in tools such as conditional styles, callouts, Linkster, and Cloner, and smart enhancements to style overrides. Galen Gruman walks us through the new features of the main application in this first look.
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