As an IT executive I'm exposed to many different devices. While some are cool, and perhaps even useful for specific tasks and/or specific roles, they can't be used productively by the majority of users. Some
Published on: July 25th, 2014 Arik Kalininsky @arikkal
A maker of rugged tablets has added encryption software to its largest device for users who need improved security. Motion Computing said its Windows-based R12 tablets now carry WinMagic's SecureDocM data encryption and security software.
Published on: June 12th, 2014 Howard Solomon @itworldca
Microsoft’s recently-announced 12-inch Surface Pro 3 offers a challenge to IT managers: Is it really a tablet that can replace laptops, as the company boasts? Or, as Gregg Keizer argues on ComputerWorld U.S.,
Absolute Software Corp. says the new version 6.5 of its Absolute Manage security and management tool extends "market-first" full BYOD capabilities to Mac and Windows computers. The latest iteration also supports Cisco's Identity