Tag Archives : #inmobile


Surface 3 under the reviewer’s eye

Ever since Microsoft launched its Surface tablet line, it has been struggling to capture the hearts of enterprise users. We’ve been through Surface Pro, Surface Pro 2, and Surface Pro 3, as well as the ill-fated ARM-based systems running the now defunct Windows RT operating system (which wasn’t so much bad as thoroughly misunderstood). Today’s […]

Lynn Greiner, freelance IT journalist and regular contributor to InsightaaS.com

Rajen Sheth, director of product management, Android for Work,  Google

Google crossing the line between work and play

The launch of Android for Work has grabbed the attention of a lot of CIOs and developers. But is this announcement enough to make Android a strong enterprise play? Depending on where your inclinations lie, the factors that will determine the success of Android for Work in your environment are many, not the least of […]


Classics rule

People today love their toys. Whether it’s a gorgeous car to cater to a mid-life crisis, a fancy sound system, a high-end TV, or the latest smartphone, we seem to identify the newest, latest, and greatest as the be-all and end-all that will render everything that came before obsolete. In a corporate environment, however, the […]

BlackBerry Classic

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Driving BI mobility

Mobile BI (business intelligence) adoption has attracted increased attention over the past few years as mobile applications have matured and as more organizations have come to view mobile BI as essential to their business intelligence strategy. But even with more focus on mobile applications and must-have capabilities, many solution providers admit that actual customer adoption […]


Throwaway Desktops

Imagine logging on to your computer and within seconds getting an up-to-date operating system, complete with the software you need, freshly generated from a central repository. No malware. None of the superfluous junk that accumulates through the life of a system. None of the registry rot that slows you down over time. And all controlled […]

Kit Colbert, CTO, end user computing, VMware