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Books Slideshow: Seven Ways to Disconnect from Your Smartphone

Do you break out into a sweat when you realize you've left the house without your smartphone? Do you find yourself checking email during breakfast? While you're in bed? Your IT teams are likely experiencing the same level of anxiety about being always-connected. Smartphones are beginning to rule our lives - but they don't have to. The book, "Read More >

Law Enforcement Turns to the BlackBerry PlayBook Tablet

RIM is at risk of losing some government customers, but the compatibility of the BlackBerry PlayBook in new police deployments--and smaller cars--could help balance that out. Read More >

Mobile & Wireless Slideshow: Apple Rules Android In Enterprise Mobile Device Adoption

Good Technology, a provider of enterprise mobility management tools designed to enable bring-your-own-device (BYOD), reports that iPhone activations were at an all time high in Q1 2012 among its enterprise customers. Good Technology's customers include eight of the top 10 financial institutions, seven of the top 10 healthcare organizations, half of the Fortune 100, and companies from every... Read More >

BlackBerry World 2012: BlackBerry Mobile Fusion in Action

RIM's BlackBerry Mobile Fusion aims to help IT teams manage a heterogeneous enterprise mobility environment regardless of mobile device platform. Martha Stewart Living is one of the first companies to deploy the mobile OS-agnostic enterprise mobility management tool. Read More >

Can RIM Overcome the BYOD Challenge?

Research In Motion CEO Thorsten Heins said the company is betting on its BlackBerry 10 platform to turn the company's fortunes around against the Apple, Android onslaught in the enterprise as the bring-your-own-device (BYOD) trend gains momentum. Read More >

BlackBerry 10, Alpha Dev Phone Previewed at BlackBerry World

RIM CEO Thorsten Heins talked up the new BlackBerry Alpha Dev smartphone, the BlackBerry 10 OS and BlackBerry Fusion during the company's annual user conference in Orlando, FL. Read More >

Samsung is World's Biggest Mobile Phone Vendor, Ousts Nokia from Top Spot

According to IDC's Worldwide Quarterly Mobile Phone Tracker, mobile phone vendors shipped 398.4 million units in the Q1 2012, a 1.5 percent decline from the 404.3 million units shipped in Q1 2011. Read More >

Social, Cloud, Mobile Are Integrated in IBM's New BPM Software

At its IBM Impact 2012 conference in Las Vegas, IBM introduced new business process management and other software to help integrate social, cloud and mobile technologies. Read More >

BlackBerry World 2012: Smartphones in Health Care

Health care organizations around the world are finding creative ways to improve patient care and cut costs using BlackBerry smartphones. Read More >

Enterasys Launches Network Solution to Address BYOD Challenges

The company's solution, which will come as a physical or virtual appliance, will offer easier management and better security at a lower cost than competing offerings, officials said. Read More >

Samsung Puts an End to Nokia's 14-Year Mobile Reign

Samsung has ended Nokia's 14-year reign as the global leader of mobile phone shipments, following a record-high first quarter for Samsung. Its Galaxy smartphones, however, couldn t top Apple's iPhone shipments. Read More >

Employees, Businesses Divided Over BYOD Programs

While employees value consumerization of IT, businesses are hesitant due to perceived risks of BYOD programs. Read More >

HP BYOD Solution Includes Enterprise Mobile App Store

HP's Enterprise Mobility solution is designed to let service providers and enterprises embrace the trend of employees using their smartphones and tablets for work. Read More >

Malware Masquerading as Angry Birds Game

Security software vendor Sophos and game maker Rovio warn about a Trojan horse pretending to be the popular Angry Birds Space game. Read More >

SAP Adds Mobile Capabilities With Syclo Acquisition

The German enterprise middleware and database specialist also reveals that its new HANA in-memory database will become available for virtually all its products. Read More >

Rumors Swirl About Potential Features of Apple iPhone 5

Apple hasn't even confirmed that an iPhone 5 is in design. But already the rumor mill is churning out reports of possible features for a new model that might appear as soon as June. Read More >

iPhone 5 Could See June Release: Foxconn Source

As hype around the new iPad dies down, the rumor mill surrounding the iPhone 5 kicks back into gear. Read More >

Apple, Samsung Battle for Hearts and Minds of U.S. Smartphone Users

Apple's iPhone may be the top-selling smartphone, but Samsung is the most popular device maker in the United States, according to comScore. LG is also gaining, but RIM and Motorola are slipping. Read More >

Can BlackBerry Mobile Fusion Turn RIM Around?

Research in Motion is positioning itself as more than just a device maker by launching new software to that securely manages BlackBerry, iOS and Android devices through a service reminiscent of BlackBerry Enterprise Server. Read More >

iPhone, Android Smartphone Use Rises as BlackBerry Declines

Apple's iPhone and Android smartphones continue to see high adoption in the United States, according to Nielsen. On the flip side, RIM continues to see BlackBerry's share drop. Read More >

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 >

BlackBerry 10 Prototype Expected Soon: WSJ

RIM plans on releasing a developer prototype of its BlackBerry 10 smartphone in May. However, the device won t be the final version. Read More >

Apple's iPhone 5 Rumored to Feature Bigger Screen

Apple's iPhone 5 will feature a 4.6-inch screen, according to one new report. However, other sources moved quickly to undermine that rumor. 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 >

What Network Administrators Can Learn From March Madness

According to a recent MSN survey, millions of employees watching the NCAA tournament online will dedicate at least one hour of work time to follow the event this year, whether it be at lunchtime or during work hours. This is affecting enterprise networks big time. Read More >

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