Posts Tagged ‘Apple’
Microsoft’s release of a version of its popular Office suite for the iPhone is more about driving Office 365 subscriptions and preserving the productivity suite franchise. And, in the process, it’s giving solution providers something new to talk about.
Leaked information shows US security can access data from Microsoft, Google, Apple, Facebook, AOL, Skype, YouTube and Yahoo.
McAfee is raising its prowess in the MDM space after integrating its Enterprise Mobility Management solution with its ePolicy Orchestrator platform — showing it wants to stay even with competitors making bigger strides in mobile security arenas.
The three big PC vendors continue to try to reinvent themselves as unit sales of conventional desktops and notebooks continue to fall. While PCs are less and less profitable for vendors and solution providers alike, they remain an irreplaceable commodity.
The South Korean vendor sees a 51 percent increase in brand value, while its fruity rival’s brand grew one percent.
Despite rampant software piracy abroad and withering competition and market churn at home, Bill Gates remains bullish on the technology industry in general and, in particular, Microsoft’s tablet and operating system efforts.
Breathless reports in the media notwithstanding, the changes due for Redmond’s struggling flagship OS amount to more of a veer to the right than a U-turn, and are nowhere near a concession of “New Coke” proportions.
BlackBerry CEO Thorsten Heins believes the age of tablets will be short lived. He has a point, but it’s based on faulty reasoning. Here’s why.
The market share gap between Apple and Samsung in the tablet space has narrowed by 25 points in the last year. But whatever the name on the label, the tactile devices continue to fly off the shelves at an incredible rate, IDC data reveals.
The South Korean technology conglomerate today announced record profits of $6.5 billion for the past quarter, a 42 percent rise over the same period last year.