Podcast: FBI wants to crack another iPhone

While we wait forever for new Macs, Apple is headed to the Supreme Court. The FBI needs to crack more iPhones, but at least none of them have caught on fire yet, unlike some other phones we could mention.

7 enterprise mobile management features in Windows 10

Redstone 2 has been delayed until Spring 2017, but the most recent Microsoft operating system update, Redstone 1, also dubbed the Windows 10 Anniversary Update 1607, brings plenty of enterprise IT updates – including these seven EMM features.

Red Hat rides the IoT wave with open-source

Red Hat’s think tank has always sworn by open-source, and believes that it’s the key to unleashing next-gen technologies. With IoT storming the enterprise, the pitch remains the same. Here’s why Red Hatters believe open-source is where you ought to put your money.

Navigating the Shadow IT Challenges

An effective strategy to handle shadow IT needs to confront two realities – the lack of visibility on an organization’s use of SaaS applications and the BYOD conundrum. 

All you need to know about India's mobile talent

With the country’s mobile economy hurtling along at breakneck speed, the e-commerce industry has emerged as a lucrative career destination for mobile developers. The 2016 India Mobile Talent report, conducted by Belong, gives us a dekko at what the mobile talent in India looks like, and weren’t we surprised.

40 years of Apple: The good, bad and ugly

On April 1, 1976, Steve Jobs, Steve Wozniak and Ronald Wayne founded Apple Computer Inc. to sell a personal computer kit. 40 years later, the company, now called Apple, is the largest IT company by revenue in the world. How did it happen?