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Gilt Loses a Second Exec in Two Weeks, This Time to Target

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Gilt Groupe executive Jason Goldberger is leaving the company to head up Target’s online and mobile efforts, marking the second high-level departure in just two weeks. Goldberger will become senior vice president of Target.com and Mobile, and will be running all aspects of the retailer’s e-commerce business, including user experience,...
Gilt Loses a Second Exec in Two Weeks, This Time to Target

Google Parts Ways With First Business Apps Czar

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Photo: Courtesy Google Google’s first enterprise boss is leaving the company. On Friday, Google vice president David Girouard — who was hired in 2004 to run the company’s still gestating enterprise business — said he’s parting ways with the tech giant to help run a startup called Upstart.com. “It’s always...
Google Parts Ways With First Business Apps Czar

BlackBerry maker RIM abandons battle with iPhone and Android

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Struggling smartphone company says it will return to focus on business clients and employees who buy phones for workThe BlackBerry maker, Research in Motion, is to pull back from trying to compete with Apple's iPhone and the Android mobile platform and instead return to its original focus on business users.The...
BlackBerry maker RIM abandons battle with iPhone and Android

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The Renaissance of Enterprise Computing

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“Everything that can be invented has been invented.” —Charles H. Duell, Commissioner, U.S. patent office, 1899 Last month, we gathered 75 of the top CIOs from around the country to discuss the new generation of enterprise software and the redefined role of the CIO. These CIOs are dealing with...
The Renaissance of Enterprise Computing
The Consumerization Of The Enterprise Is Over

RIM finally rolls out BlackBerry PlayBook OS 2.0 with integrated email and Android support

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RIM has announced that the second version of the OS for its much-maligned BlackBerry PlayBook tablet is rolling out today – chances are that it’s too late to do much good for the device’s long-term chances on the market though. The headline feature of PlayBook OS 2.0 is an integrated...
RIM finally rolls out BlackBerry PlayBook OS 2.0 with integrated email and Android support
How Microsoft could completely change the BYOD game

Microsoft details Windows 8 Enterprise’s feature set

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We’re going to keep this extremely brief, as this post is essentially an information dump. Today Microsoft announced the feature set for Windows 8 Enterprise, essentially explaining what volume and InTune customers will be able to buy, and how it differs from the consumer SKUs. For more information on what flavors of...
Microsoft details Windows 8 Enterprise’s feature set

AT&T's BYOD effort coming to BlackBerry, iOS and Windows Phone with Toggle 2.0

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If you work in a corporate environment, it's probably fair to say that you've at least heard of the trend known as BYOD (bring your own device). While the idea remains just that for many enterprises, AT&T is hoping to make the transition a bit more practical for everyone...
AT&T's BYOD effort coming to BlackBerry, iOS and Windows Phone with Toggle 2.0

Better Late Than Never: RIM Preps Refreshed PlayBook With 4G

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The BlackBerry PlayBook is about to get the gift of 4G. That is of course if a random leaked image and FCC documents are believed. And why not? Even though the PlayBook is almost a year old, RIM is actually selling more now than ever. The PlayBook is a fine...
Better Late Than Never: RIM Preps Refreshed PlayBook With 4G

New security threat at work: Bring-your-own-network

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Employees who access corporate networks and download data onto their mobile devices may not be as much of a security risk as those who bring consumer hotspots into the corporate environment....
New security threat at work: Bring-your-own-network

Windows RT getting ready for work, with Outlook 2013 coming later this year

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The free Windows 8.1 update that will come later this year will have a bonus for Windows RT users, including Microsoft's Surface RT tablet. Windows RT already comes with Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and OneNote. Later this year, those apps will be joined by Outlook 2013, bringing Microsoft's premier e-mail...
Windows RT getting ready for work, with Outlook 2013 coming later this year
Microsoft in talks to buy social software company Yammer

Logitech's business webcam is an eye on a stalk, and it's pointin' at you

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Resembling a surveillance unit from a sinister dystopia, Logitech's newest webcam is strictly for the corporate environment only. The BCC950 Conference Cam holds a Carl Zeiss-lensed HD webcam atop a motorized stalk that can pan across 180 degrees. The camera itself has a 78 degree field of view, ending...
Logitech's business webcam is an eye on a stalk, and it's pointin' at you
The 18 Best Productivity Apps In The World

Review: HP's OfficeJet Pro 276dw is a worthy inkjet alternative to small-office lasers

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Inkjets, which are losing some of their cachet among consumers, are finding new jobs in small offices and workgroups. We've tested enough business models over the past couple of years to prove that a high-quality inkjet multifunction is faster and cheaper to operate than a comparably prices laser product...
Review: HP's OfficeJet Pro 276dw is a worthy inkjet alternative to small-office lasers

Online learning platform Udemy branches out into corporate training

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Udemy has announced Udemy for Organizations, a new corporate training product that will let companies build a curriculum from the online education service’s existing course collections and create their own courses. Dennis Yang, the company’s president and chief operating officer, said in a statement: Because of the skills-based nature of Udemy’s content,...
Online learning platform Udemy branches out into corporate training

RIM won't save itself by withdrawing from consumer markets

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There's a Canadian mobile phone executive who is probably humming a happy tune right now and has a little extra spring in his step this morning. However he doesn't work for Research In Motion (RIM), the BlackBerry maker which last night announced a $125m quarterly loss as it saw revenues...
RIM won't save itself by withdrawing from consumer markets

Datacastle secures $2.4M to help companies protect mobile data

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Fast-growing Datacastle has reeled in $2.4 million in fresh financing, and is on the prowl for more as the Seattle startup looks to catapult even deeper into the hot market of mobile data protection. The new funding was provided by existing investors CM Capital and Haag Investments, both of Australia....
Datacastle secures $2.4M to help companies protect mobile data
What CEOs could learn from comedians

What the BlackBerry announcement means to consumers

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The struggling smartphone company says in future it will focus on business clients. But what does that mean to consumer users, or those who have just signed a contract?What has BlackBerry announced?Thorsten Heins, chief executive of BlackBerry parent company Research In Motion (RIM), said the firm would withdraw in part...
What the BlackBerry announcement means to consumers

Doc: Tech must meet the needs of patients and staff

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Like technologies deployed in a corporate environment, those used in healthcare are meant to improve services and productivity. On its new clinical management system (CMS 3), the Hospital Authority aims to create new modules to meet patient needs and reduce risk in patient care....
Doc: Tech must meet the needs of patients and staff

Google Docs vs MS Docs. Wondering Why Google Docs still sucks?

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Presumably one of the most important initiatives at Google outside of search has got to be Google Docs. Having a platform for people to create and edit documents on the web has to have been seen as a critical feature. Why then, has Google Docs sucked so badly for so...
Google Docs vs MS Docs. Wondering Why Google Docs still sucks?

The APP 100: The World's Greatest Apps

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On mobile devices alone, you have close to hundreds of thousands of apps to choose from.  Throw in apps for desktops and the web, and you're looking at millions of options. How do you make sense of it all? We put together the ultimate guide to the 100 apps everyone...
The APP 100: The World's Greatest Apps

What is a Blackberry Enterprise Server? Do I need one?

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Before we answer the second question, do I need one; let's look at what is a BES and how it works. First the BES is software; Research in Motion does not sell server boxes. In fact many businesses are installing the BES in a virtual server in order to...
What is a Blackberry Enterprise Server? Do I need one?
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