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  • Three mobile device risks that businesses face
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    Three mobile device risks that businesses face

    Category April 1, 2014 | Add Comment

    With literally hundreds of millions of mobile devices shipped each year, smartphones and tablets have eclipsed the shipment volumes of traditional desktops and laptops.

  • Simplifying BYOD with mobile device management
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    Simplifying BYOD with mobile device management

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    You have probably read about how businesses should do more to better manage BYOD and the plethora of mobile devices increasingly used to access and store corporate data. One solution often touted as being able to help address this issue would be the use of mobile device management, or MDM.

  • Shining a light on virtual server sprawl
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    Shining a light on virtual server sprawl

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    For all the interesting in cloud computing, enterprises and smaller businesses alike have been using virtualization for some time now. This could be for virtual machines (VMs) that are hosted on-site, operated at a data center, or as part of a hybrid deployment in tandem with cloud services.

  • How to integrate mobile devices into your business
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    How to integrate mobile devices into your business

    Category March 6, 2014 | 1 Comment

    Perhaps you have already read all about mobility, and am convinced that its pervasiveness is going to change the face of enterprise IT. This means that you are not just interested in how to manage BYOD devices like smartphones and tablets, but am also looking to actively tap into them to empower your organization to attain its business objectives.

  • Satisfying user expectations through Web monitoring
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    Satisfying user expectations through Web monitoring

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    Like email, the Web browser has thoroughly redefined the role of computers both at work, as well as in the dissemination and consumption of information. Indeed, the trend has continued even with the advent

StarHub users will have to pay extra for 4G soon

StarHub users will have to pay extra for 4G soon

The news is not prominently displayed on the StarHub website, but is clearly stated on a web page displaying the various post-paid mobile data plans that the telco offers. The privilege of enjoying 4G speeds


Microsoft reveals Office 365 Personal pricing and promos

Microsoft reveals Office 365 Personal pricing and promos

Microsoft has launched Office 365 Personal in Singapore and announced the pricing for software. Designed for consumers, Office 365 Personal allows users to install Office on one PC or one Mac, as well as


Google acquires Titan Aerospace for its solar-powered drones

Google acquires Titan Aerospace for its solar-powered drones

There appears to be an upsurge of interest on drones these days, from Facebook plans of using drones to deliver Internet and Amazon with its plan to eventually use it for deliveries. Indeed, InformationWeek has just reported that Titan


3 hot wearables you just have to buy

3 hot wearables you just have to buy

While fashion-conscious individuals sport the latest apparels to have come out of the runways, the geeks have something to crow about – wearable technology. However, the biggest rants about wearable devices are their unwieldy and unsightly forms. We round up some of the best wearable tech that’s on our radar.


Sony issues warning on Vaio Fit 11A fire risk

Sony issues warning on Vaio Fit 11A fire risk

New technology, old problems. Late last week, the Wall Street Journal broke the news that Sony’s new Vaio Fit 11A 11-inch convertible laptop/tablet could catch fire. The news comes as Sony is in the midst


RollerCoaster Tycoon Mobile now available on iPhone, iPad

RollerCoaster Tycoon Mobile now available on iPhone, iPad

Atari, which provides interactive entertainment, announced April 10 US time that RollerCoaster Tycoon 4 Mobile, its well-known theme park simulation game, is now available for the iPhone, iPad and iPod touch.


Highly critical OpenSSL bug went unnoticed for more than two years

Highly critical OpenSSL bug went unnoticed for more than two years

A critical software flaw went unnoticed in one of the world's widely used encryption library known as OpenSSL for more than two years. Known as Heartbleed, the bug was apparently inadvertently introduced in December 2011 and was only recently discovered by researchers from Google and security group Condenomicon.


How to minimize security risks with Windows XP

How to minimize security risks with Windows XP

If you’re a Windows XP user, then yesterday (April 8) was the death knell for your operating system. Widely touted as Microsoft’s most successful and long-running operating system, support for it official ceased on that date.


JVC Kenwood to launch Micro Four Thirds cameras

JVC Kenwood to launch Micro Four Thirds cameras

The Micro Four Thirds System, which is a type of mirrorless cameras jointly announced by Olympus Imaging and Panasonic in 2008, has now got a new partner: Yokohama-headquartered JVC Kenwood.


WebOS team releases next-gen Mochi code that never came to be

WebOS team releases next-gen Mochi code that never came to be

The Enyo blog has announced a public release of Mochi, a design language that the webOS user interface team had been working on for the next generation of webOS phones and tablets before, as the author says, "everything abruptly and famously screeched to a halt" in 2011.


Windows 8.1 update gives love to keyboard and mouse users

Windows 8.1 update gives love to keyboard and mouse users

Microsoft has announced Windows 8.1 Update, a follow-on to its Windows 8 operating system which provides what the company called "a more familiar and consistent experience across touch and non-touch devices".


Singapore caps prepaid SIM cards to three per subscriber

Singapore caps prepaid SIM cards to three per subscriber

Users will only be allowed three prepaid SIM each from 1 April 2014 onwards, in a move the Singapore authorities say is designed to enhance security and tighten control over the use of prepaid