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Workers going rogue with BYOD (and BYOA)

More than half of employees admit to going rogue to do their jobs. In other words, it really doesn't matter if IT formally rejects BYOD -- or Bring Your Own Apps -- because it's happening anyway.

America’s best kept software secret

Interview with Jack Dangermond, global technology innovator, billion dollar entrepreneur and head of the world's 6th largest privately owned software company, ESRI.

MANAGEMENT CENTRE

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RESOURCE CENTRE

APPLICATIONS

Adopt agile development for mobile apps or fail says Gartner

Start small, work faster.

CLOUD COMPUTING

Distributors important to the Cloud, but need to change - Channel Dynamics

Consulting firm also finds managed services is sometimes misrepresented as Cloud.

DATA CENTER

Nike ticks Juniper MetaFabric for private cloud network

Sportswear retailer Nike has partnered with Juniper Networks to connect its data centres as part of a global private cloud network.

IMAGING AND PRINTING

How the smartphone defeated the point-and-shoot digital camera

A close look at the rapid evolution of smartphone cameras show why point-and-shoot digital cameras are falling by the wayside, even if they're still better cameras.

INDUSTRIES

In his own words: Best quotes of Steve Ballmer

As he steps down from Microsoft's board, here's a look back at some of his most memorable quotes.

INTERNET

No set-top box required: TVs with baked-in Roku streaming coming in September

HiSense and TCL televisions ship soon with Roku built-in.

MOBILE AND WIRELESS

Workers going rogue with BYOD (and BYOA)

More than half of employees admit to going rogue to do their jobs. In other words, it really doesn't matter if IT formally rejects BYOD -- or Bring Your Own Apps -- because it's happening anyway.

NETWORKING

Networking giant focuses on innovation and investment

Partners told to put the restructure in the past and look to the future.

OPERATING SYSTEMS

HP Stream revealed: Microsoft's Chromebook killer is a Chromebook clone

German-language site Mobile Geeks recently uncovered specs on the HP Stream 14. It looks nice, but can it run Windows well enough?

SECURITY

Workers at U.S. nuclear regulator fooled by phishers

Nuclear Regulatory Commission employees were tricked into disclosing passwords and downloading malware in three phishing attacks that occurred over a three-year period.

STORAGE

SanDisk announces the Ultra II series of SSDs, targets mainstream upgraders

The Ultra II series of SSDs that SanDisk announced today target mainstream users who focus on price first and performance second.

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