Everybody prints. And, increasingly, everybody needs to print from multiple devices, including laptops, smartphones, and tablets – not just desktop computers. They print memos, presentations, sales literature, emails, web pages and a staggering variety of other documents, images, and files. So, of course, everybody understands the printing process, right?Read More
According to Forrester Research, companies should build an app store into a corporate mobility strategy because they make it easy to distribute the tools that employees need and they can also help with data security and control what apps are used.Read More
Most of the coverage of the deal between Apple and IBM to bring mobility into the enterprise as part of an overall enterprise solution instead of often unplanned BYOD growth has focused on the idea that the deal marks the official end of the PC era. In the short time since it was announced, hundreds of thousands of words have been devoted to the implications for enterprise IT. So what’s left to say?
How about the fact that with more than 100 industry-specific enterprise solutions written as native apps, and a new kind of enterprise-level support options that will very quickly simplify the adoption of iOS devices in the enterprise. As Paul Mah of Fierce CIO wrote, the new support format is one of the biggest benefits for enterprise IT. “Certainly, it would be more palatable getting on-site support from IBM as opposed to having highly-paid IT staffers standing in the queue to get problems fixed.”Read More