Many IT departments are struggling with Apple's take-it-or-leave-it attitude, based on discussions last week at MacIT, which is Macworld|iWorld's companion conference for IT professionals.
Network management software vendor Arieso says that iPhone 4S users consume twice as much data as iPhone 4 users, signaling that operators will have to continue to battle with growing data volumes.
We've given you the Eddy Awards and App Gems Awards. It's time for recognizing our favorite Mac Gems of 2011.
NetSpot is a remarkable aid in laying out even a small-home Wi-Fi network, using a Mac laptop as your wireless-survey tool.
Research In Motion is taking on mobile device management for Android and Apple iOS devices as well as its own products, introducing the BlackBerry Mobile Fusion product on Tuesday.
Before the end of the year, Cortado's Corporate Server product will feature an HTML5 version that will let Macs and PCs integrate into enterprise IT setups. Cortado Corporate Server already supports mobile device management for the iPhone and iPad, among other smartphones and tablets.
iNet offers an easy-to-use summary of information, beautifully presented, about your network and the devices on it.
AirPort Utility for iOS is the perfect tool for configuring and troubleshooting Apple’s gear without having to lug a laptop around.
Included in the crush of software releases out of Cupertino last week was a mobile version of the utility for managing your AirPort wireless network and base station. Glenn Fleishman takes you on a guided tour of AirPort Utility for iOS, showing you how to use the mobile app.
Android and iOS mobile devices now can be corralled by a Smith Micro device management application unveiled this week at the Interop show in Las Vegas.