VIDEO PLAYLIST We argue over the future course of RIM. Plus, more impressions of Windows 8 and a flying car
This week’s video roundup includes:
THE ARGUMENT: SHOULD BLACKBERRY RUN ON ANDROID? ComputerWorld Canada editor Dave Webb comes up with a plan to change RIM’s flagging fortunes, while Network World Canada assistant editor Howard Solomon tries to shoot it down.
COMPUTERWORLD: WINDOWS 8 BETA, PART 2 IT World Canada IT manager Mat Panchalingam gives his preliminary impressons of Microsoft’s new operating system in the second in a two-part series.
THE BYTE: SAMSUNG’S TAB DELAYED, A FLYING CAR, AND MORE Europe’s competition regulator launches two antitrust investigations into Motorola, Samsung delays its Galaxy Tab 2 family until the end of April, Pal V takes to the skies, and more. Nick Barber, IDG News Service.
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The New Workplace: Supporting “Bring your own”
“Bring Your Own Device” (BYOD) and the “consumerization of IT” have taken hold in the enterprise, and employees using their own personal smartphones and tablets for business have become pervasive.