Lync, cloud UCC to disrupt collaboration space

Microsoft Inc.’s Lync unified communication systems along with other mobility and collaboration trends will disrupt the enterprise communication and collaboration space in 2014, according to a report from market research and analyst firm.

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BlackBerry needs to break-up company: Analysts

With its shares continuing their downward spiral Monday after last week’s announcement of massive layoffs and a loss or nearly $1 billion, the only question now for BlackBerry Ltd. is whether to sell

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Apple moves to thwart iPhone charger hack

If you use public charging stations for your iPhone or iPad you should take extra case, care. Three researchers have recently demonstrated that it is possible for attackers to commandeer iOS devices with the use of bogus charging stations

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Android finally patches bug:Report

Tens of thousands of smart phone buyers every day chose Android handsets for their price and the availability of applications.The variety of phones and apps is what draws them to the Google mobile

Share on LinkedIn Share with Google+ Comment on this article Published on: July 9th, 2013 Howard Solomon

BlackBerry Q10 gets thumbs up from financial analysts

Wall Street analysts are bullish on initial consumer feedback on BlackBerry’s QWERTY keyboard-equipped Q10 handset, with many saying that the device is selling better than expected.Earlier this month, Jefferies Equity Research predicted actual

Share on LinkedIn Share with Google+ Comment on this article Published on: June 18th, 2013 Nestor E. Arellano

iPhone UI is outdated: BlackBerry chief

The iPhone’s touch interface was a revolutionary breakthrough but it is a user interface that has been left behind by the times, according to BlackBerry CEO Thorsten Heins.In an interview with the Australian

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Will converged platforms solve mobile fragmentation?

With the preponderance of connected devices that we work with an surround us every day, it’s an all too common predicament to determine which tools are secure, which ones need an update and

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Government-grade security for Android phones

A United States-based defence contractor is developing technology that will provide government-level security to Android-powered phones.General Dynamics Corp, an aerospace company headquartered in Virginia, aims to secure consumer phones so that they can

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