Don't-Miss Business Stories
Two companies at Macworld | iWorld are touting products that make the iPad a more powerful tools for business.
Project managers rejoice! The Omni Group has announced a full-featured iPad version of its project management software.
Yet more proof that Macworld | iWorld isn't all fun and games: New tools for recording meetings, presenting on the iPad, and keeping track of your contacts.
Crestron lets you automate anything electrical in your home or office and control it all from an iOS device.
The iPhone may have opened the door for Apple in the enterprise, but it was the one-two punch of the iPad and revamped MacBook Air in 2010 that really did the trick, an analyst said today.
It's not all art, music, and fun at this week's Macworld | iWorld exposition: Vendors are releasing business apps for the Mac and iPad, too.
Apple's Volume Purchase for Business program--also known as VPP--gives companies a way to buy iOS apps for employees outside the regular App Store.
Good Technology's enterprise stats show iPads and iPhones lead despite consumers' Android smartphone passion
WatchDox’s secure document reading and sharing iOS offering now includes new collaboration features for enterprise users.
AT&T dropped its $39 billion bid to buy T-Mobile USA in December, but the company demonstrated that it is still running on all cylinders at the AT&T Developer Summit.
Western Digital's planned acquisition of Hitachi's hard drive business may have hit a snag: China's anti-monopoly regulators want the company to address...
Yahoo has appointed PayPal president Scott Thompson as its new CEO, filling the void left by the fired Carol Bartz.
A survey finds that 73% of small-to-medium sized business plan to buy tablets in the next 12 months. And when small businesses think "tablet," they usually mean "iPad."
Lion has its fair share of both converts and critics, but none so unhappy as those left in the cold with programs which no longer open in Mac OS X 10.7. Now, it seems that Quicken users may once again be able to use their crippled software, according to an email and a support document from Intuit.
Joining its fellow social-networking companies in the public release of internal code, LinkedIn has opened sourced software obtained in October with its purchase of the IndexTank search-engine software provider.