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  • Is your enterprise iPhone app user-friendly?

    Mobile enterprise apps running on iPhones, Androids and other smartphones must be "user-friendly." But what does that really mean? A mobile app expert gives a concrete definition.

    Written by Tom Kaneshige25 Feb. 13 19:38
  • The iPad will not replace the laptop in 2013

    While the iPad has made giant strides in the enterprise, it is still hobbled because it doesn't replace laptops in many use cases because of immature tablet apps and security concerns. But the case for tablets in the enterprise will only get stronger in the next few years.

    Written by Tom Kaneshige08 Jan. 13 19:27
  • Early days for 4G in the enterprise

    Australian enterprises are slowly adopting 4G wireless, according to industry analysts. While operators are selling 4G service at the same price as 3G, service coverage and equipment costs constraints remain.

    Written by Adam Bender12 Dec. 12 15:06
  • iPhones Chipping Away at BlackBerry Enterprise Stronghold

    iPhones will beat out BlackBerries in the enterprise this year, IDC says, thanks in part to the "Bring Your Own Device" trend. But judging from your corporate-issued BlackBerry sitting idle in your desk drawer, has it happened already?

    Written by Tom Kaneshige30 Nov. 12 01:29
  • Investment in mobile ERP increasing: IDC

    $1 in every $8 spent today on IT in Australia goes to mobile ERP, according to a white paper by IDC and mobile ERP vendor IFS. And investment in mobile is expected to increase, they said.

    Written by Adam Bender28 Nov. 12 11:53
  • NBN targets Australia's small businesses

    Many small businesses may not understand the benefits of NBN, despite many plans on the way targeting 2 million such companies in Australia, according to Flying Solo founder, Robert Gerrish.

    Written by Adam Bender07 Nov. 12 12:30
  • Solving the great issues dilemma

    Most CIOs and IT managers are used to dealing with ‘issues’. But what about those bigger public or semi-public issues that have the potential to impact the whole organisation?

    Written by Tony Jaques18 Nov. 11 07:00
  • Marketing IT to the business: Part 3

    Chief information officers have some things down pat. For a start, they’re good at working with a business to find out how information technology can automate processes to improve productivity and efficiencies.

    Written by Mark Phillips16 Nov. 11 11:57
  • Marketing IT to the business: Part 2

    Chief information officers have some things down pat. For a start, they’re good at working with a business to find out how information technology can automate processes to improve productivity and efficiencies.

    Written by Mark Phillips15 Nov. 11 15:44
  • Enterprise software: Why usability matters

    The world is more interconnected and intelligent than ever and most companies operate in a global market place. Best practices and operational excellence from a single innovative company, instantly affect the market for another company on the other side of the globe. As business gets more complex, the IT applications and systems that support it need to do the exact opposite -- become simpler and easier to use.

    Written by Rob Stummer15 Nov. 11 11:10
  • Marketing IT to the business: Part 1

    Chief information officers have some things down pat. For a start, they’re good at working with a business to find out how information technology can automate processes to improve productivity and efficiencies.

    Written by Mark Phillips14 Nov. 11 12:57
  • Can Windows play well on the iPad?

    All those iPads racing into the enterprise must maneuver around a tricky corner: getting Windows desktop apps to run on iPads without wrecking the user experience. Sure, Citrix virtual desktop infrastructure, or VDI, can render entire Windows desktops and their apps on the iPad-but not always well.

    Written by Tom Kaneshige09 Nov. 11 09:40
  • Forrester to CIOs: End the Mac prohibition

    Forrester analyst David Johnson likes to compare Macs in the enterprise with the heady days of the Prohibition Act of 1920, the great thirst, stealthy bootlegging, and the rise of the speakeasy bar.

    Written by Tom Kaneshige28 Oct. 11 07:45
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