Call it a perfect storm of convergence: iOS, Microsoft Office 365, and Microsoft Enterprise Mobility Suite all coming together to drive the mobilization of Microsoft SharePoint. But is this a good thing?
The top news stories for Sept. 26, 2014.
Microsoft has unveiled a universal mobile keyboard that can work with iOS and Android mobile devices and Windows tablets.The physical keyboard is designed to be more comfortable and efficient than the virtual on-screen keyboard of mobile devices.
The search giant unveiled on Monday a standalone Slides presentation app for iOS devices that enables you to edit Microsoft Office documents directly and edit offline as well.
Are you running late for a company meeting because of traffic? Well, if you have a Pebble smartwatch, you can let your colleagues know without taking out your iOS or Android smartphone and risking an accident.
Apple's iPhone may be most vulnerable to malware when connected to a computer, according to IDG News Service.
When it comes to apps, the numbers suggest that developers are looking to create the next popular hit among the masses, but the enterprise is where the money is.
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