Top news stories for Jan. 8, 2014.
Microsoft has withdrawn a security update that was released last week as part of the company's Patch Tuesday for August.
Apple released its iOS 6.1.2 firmware update Tuesday, patching a bug preventing some iPhone and iPad users from syncing their mobile mailbox with Microsoft's Exchange Server 2010 but failing to address a security vulnerability enabling hackers to bypass an iPhone's lockscreen and access core device functions.
Research in Motion this week prepped the market for the January launch of its new BlackBerry 10 platform and devices. Along with the BlackBerry Enterprise Server 10, the company is betting BlackBerry 10 will help it regain its position in the enterprise.
It looks like a busy Patch Tuesday this month for system and security administrators, as Microsoft prepares to roll out nine security bulletins addressing a total of ten vulnerabilities.
Verizon Wireless is offering small- and medium-business users access to Microsoft Office 365 through a program that would simply add the $6 monthly charge to users' phone bills.
The enterprise version of Gmail is gaining traction in commercial organizations, says research analyst Gartner. This is especially so in the case of enterprises with more than 5,000 seats, where
PC sales are not what they used to be, and the once-almighty Windows appears to be on the decline, but Microsoft (NASDAQ: MSFT) managed to report a record fourth quarter revenue of $17.37 billion
The headlines may tout Android's success in the consumer market, but enterprises generally prefer the iPhone and overwhelmingly the iPad, according to Microsoft (NASDAQ: MSFT) Exchange hosting
Google (NASDAQ: GOOG) has voluntarily changed the service level agreement (SLA) for paid users of Google Apps, removing clauses that allowed the company to schedule maintenance downtime. In a blog