Has iPhone 4S battery life got you down? Stop complaining, says CIO's Tom Kaneshige, who says the new iPhone is the torchbearer for battery life among smartphones.
One hospital hasn't jumped on the iPad-in-healthcare craze yet. Critical desktop apps just don't render well on the iPad, while iCloud's security concerns cause "trepidation."
Art inspires. Humor inspires. Teamwork inspires. A greater purpose inspires. What are you doing to inspire your IT staff?
With apps like Sample Digital's dax|Mobile, the iPad is become a power player on Hollywood sets, according to CIO's Tom Kaneshige.
Apple is responding to security concerns among enterprise users about its iOS. But CIO's Tom Kaneshige wonders if the company's newfound interest in enterprise security goes far enough.
While waiting for Apple to fix the Jailbreakme.com 3.0 vulnerability, follow these four basic practices to avoid being bitten by malware.
Tom Kaneshige of CIO looks at a few ways that Texas Health Resources, a healthcare provider with 24 hospitals, is using the iPad to help clinicians spend more time with patients.
Tech analysts differ on the seriousness of the iPhone location-tracking controversy.
Golf fanatics can't afford to miss the sporting event unlike any other, so get the official Masters Golf Tournament apps for iPhone and iPad.
When something is adopted as rapidly as the iPad has been in some businesses, it often leaves companies feeling more than a little panicked. Here are three pressing questions about the iPad, based on studies by Forrester Research.
CIO.com highlights five tools that will improve your iPad productivity without putting a dent in your bank account.
CIO's Tom Kaneshige looks at Toyota's approach for developing mobile apps and while the automaker puts its focus on the iOS platform first.
CIO.com's Tom Kaneshige has some words of wisdom to share with soon-to-be Verizon iPhone 4 customers.
Doctors have fallen in love with the Apple iPad, becoming one of the biggest early adopters among professionals, but their IT teams have had to confront new challenges as a result.
What happens when the CEO promises 5,400 employees a new iPad? Here's one company's story.