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News Scan: Overcoming bottlenecks to business intelligence; BYOD practices are flourishing, policies are not; More

practices are flourishing; policies are not Bring-your-own-device, or BYOD, practices continue to grow ...

News Scan: New hires need mobility briefing; Judge rejects Apple's bid to ban Samsung phones; more

pick the wrong person | Reining in BYOD expenses] >> Judge rejects Apple's effort to bar ...

Bigger iPad may open door for Apple enterprise growth

Apple's anticipated 12.9-inch iPad could be exactly what the tech company needs to drive much needed growth in the enterprise, according to an article at ZDNet. Bloomberg broke the story early Wednesday morning that Apple plans to launch a larger-screened iPad at the beginning of next year. Tech ...

Tips for addressing cybersecurity with the board

effectiveness." Tell a story and teach a lesson. "Use this time to train your board members and fellow ...

Programmers rejoice! Cobol still has life

Veteran programmers take heart! There is still life in Cobol. At least there is if you would look to healthcare insurer BlueCross BlueShield of South Carolina. As reported by Robert Mitchell on Computerworld, the organization uses six top-of-the-line IBM zEnterprise EC12 systems that run Cobol to process some 19.4 billion ...

News Scan: Snapchat secures $20M; Aetna shuts down CarePass mHealth app; more

unveils 3G mini-modem for IoT devices Intel has unveiled a 3G mini-modem, which is the size of a penny, ...

VMware: Before us, software-defined networking couldn't be done

for today and for tomorrow. It is the architecture that brings together traditional applications ...

FCC modifies rules for mobile medical sensor spectrum

the order explains. For more:- read the FCC order Related Articles: An Apple a day keeps the doctor mobile ...

News Scan: Data overload is CIOs greatest struggle; Millennials mentor senior IT execs on new tech; More

program also takes advantage of the different perspective that these millennials bring on the preferred ...

The new California BYOD rule--and you

As if CIOs don't have enough bring-your-own-device, or BYOD, issues to worry about, now comes a new court decision from California that requires companies to pay for much of their employees' device use.     We first reported on the case last week in FierceCIO. The California Court of Appeals ...