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New RIM CEO Begins Painful Restructuring

The moves under Heins include the resignation of ex-CEO Jim Balsillie from the board of directors, and the ditching of the company s efforts in the consumer market. Read More >

Hospitals Need to Invest More in IT Infrastructure: CDW

Although 84 percent of caregivers say technology improves treatment of patients, hospitals require more investment in IT infrastructure, a report by CDW Healthcare revealed. Read More >

J.D. Power Puts iPhone on Top

Apple stands alone atop J.D. Power's latest customer satisfaction survey, the only smartphone to receive five circles. LG and Sanyo were named the top feature phone makers. Read More >

Security Slideshow: Mobile Security: Why it's Your Biggest Threat

From trying to determine what your employees should be using to figuring out where in the world you're going to find the right employees to handle security and networking, the tasks presented to CIOs and CSOs on a daily basis are worrisome, to say the least. Over the last several years, the number of security issues affecting desktop computers and mobile devices have skyrocketed. A study from... Read More >

BlackBerry Sales Dip Worldwide Could Mean a Rocky Road for RIM: Analyst

RIM's BlackBerry sales are deteriorating outside the United States, suggests a new analyst report. That puts more pressure on BlackBerry 10 to succeed. Read More >

iPad 3 vs. Android Tablets at Mobile World Congress

When looking at the 2012 Mobile World Congress show, it seems that tablet makers, realizing that they can t beat the iPad 3, are trying to play different games instead. Will it work? Read More >

HTC Smartpones, Tablets Will Offer Polycom RealPresence Video Conferencing

At Mobile World Congress in Bareclona, Spain, HTC and Polycom announced that select HTC devices will be certified Polycom-ready and optimized for RealPresence Mobile, which is expected to be available for download via the Android Market this year. Read More >

Nokia Ships More Windows Phones Than Any Other Vendor

Nokia has become the world's largest Windows Phone vendor, according to a 4Q 2011 estimate from Strategy Analytics. Read More >

BYOD in Health Care IT

An Aruba customer survey reveals that 85 percent of hospitals are providing access to personal mobile devices. Read More >

Mobile Productivity: Can We Get There from Here?

Mobile computing allows us to eliminate the barriers of time and place so we can be productive when we are ready to engage. It also allows us to carry the information we need to succeed in our pockets (or on our belts/hips/purses/etc.). While tremendous progress has been made to date, there are still some issues we need to work out before we can throw away our big clunky computers. Read More >

BlackBerry PlayBook OS 2.0 Update Arrives With Native Email

RIM has released its Blackberry PlayBook OS 2.0 software update, which includes built-in email and other much-requested features. Read More >

LG Optimus LTE Tag Follows NFC Trends

The LG Optimus LTE Tag is the company s latest Android smartphone and it looks to further the company s commitment to NFC technology. Read More >

Mobile Data Traffic Forecast Predicts Eighteenfold Increase By 2016

It's time to learn what a quadrillion is. Smartphones, tablets, mobile video and increasingly quick wireless networks are growing mobile Internet traffic to incredible levels, according to a recent Cisco report. Read More >

Apple Allows FLA to Inspect Working Conditions at Foxconn

Apple, responding to tremendous criticism regarding its assembly partner Foxconn, announced that Fair Labor Association audits are now under way. Read More >

IBM, Samsung to Show Next-Gen Chip Tech at March Event

IBM, Samsung and GLOBALFOUNDRIES founders of the Common Platform alliance -- will showcase next-generation chip technologies at the Common Platform Technology Forum in March. Read More >

Government Agencies Let More Employees Go Mobile

A new report by CDW's government division shows that federal workers are using their own mobile devices on the job. The question now is how does IT secure all these devices? Read More >

iPhone 4S, Android Devices Drove 2011 Smartphone Market: IDC

Apple's iPhone 4S and mid-priced smartphones drove a 61.3 percent year-over-year increase in unit shipments worldwide, according to IDC. Read More >

Global Tech Spending Remains Strong, Despite Economy

Businesses continued to invest in infrastructure upgrades, along with new software applications and mobile devices, including tablets. Read More >

Smartphone Sales Beat PCs for First Time Ever, Canalys Finds

Smartphone sales surged past PC totals even with the iPad helping numbers for the first time ever during the fourth quarter, according to Canalys. Read More >

IT Management Slideshow:The Secret of Apple's Success

While many questioned how the company would fare without its iconic leader, Apple continues to thrive in the post-Steve Jobs era. In its most recent quarterly earnings statement, the company reported selling more iPhones, iPads and Mac computers than in any three-month period in its history. This sales surge fueled $46.33 billion in revenue for the quarter ending Dec. 31, 2011, beating analyst... Read More >

Apple Takes Smartphone Shipment Crown From Samsung

The company s return to top spot was partly driven by continuing to offer the iPhone 3GS at rock-bottom prices. Read More >

Kaiser Permanente Launches Mobile Android Health Record App

Health plan Kaiser Permanente has introduced an Android application to allow patients to access their electronic health records. Read More >

Analysts Question New RIM CEO's Decision to Stay the Course

RIM's new CEO, Thorsten Heins, seems determined to keep the company along its preset path. Some analysts are arguing he needs to do something more radical. Read More >

IT Management Slideshow: 10 Things CIOs Can Expect From RIM's New CEO

Worried investors have for months been calling on BlackBerry-maker Research In Motion to replace co-CEOs Mike Lazaridis and Jim Balsillie. On Jan. 22, 2012, the company has finally done so, appointing Thorsten Heins as RIM's President and CEO . Heins joined RIM in 2007... Read More >

New RIM CEO Thorsten Heins Needs to Make BlackBerry 10 a Top Priority

RIM has appointed a new CEO, Thorsten Heins. But the company's immediate goal remains the same: Release the next-generation BlackBerry 10. The upside for IT administrators and others who manage BlackBerry devices for businesses have several months before RIM wholeheartedly embarks on major changes. Read More >

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