Tag Archives : #mobility


VMware builds company and community support for mobile deployments  

The mobile revolution is well underway and shows no signs of waning. At the hardware level, smartphone penetration has moved into hyperdrive: according to the Boston Consulting Group, it took a decade to reach the first billion in global smartphone penetration; however, falling prices have meant the next billion was achieved in the last three […]

Shawn Rosemarin, executive director, systems engineering, VMware Canada

?????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????

Collabmobilicloud: a new document series from InsightaaS  

Market observers and tech users are now well versed in the value proposition of cloud, mobility and collaboration technologies. But how these work together to empower new levels of workplace productivity is less well understood. With the support of Dell Canada, InsightaaS is exploring the merging of these technologies in a series of Viewpoint documents […]


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 […]

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

Todd Peterson, product marketing manager, identity and access management, Dell Software

Dell marries context analytics with cloud access

Analytics are the new buzz, supplanting even cloud in the minds of managers, media and the vendor community. But there’s solid substance behind this inflation of the analytics bubble – the fact of their ability to address the increasingly complex data-driven challenges we face in productive life, and in the technology that supports it. Case […]


Windows 10 January preview

After having 1.7 million users bash away at the first preview and provide feedback – some 800,000 pieces of it – Microsoft has gone back to the drawing board on a number of features in Windows 10, especially those that could make enterprise customers happy. The technical preview released this month reflects those changes – […]

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