Monthly Archives: July 2014

Is your browser choice impacting your device battery life?

It appears that the use of the web browser Chrome causes a power drain in laptops that use Windows.

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Firefox faces challenges from other browsers

Firefox is popular, but will it maintain its popularity with such a meager mobile presence?

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Windows XP will no longer support Java

Java will no longer be supported by Windows XP, another reason to not use Java-based terminal emulators like IBM Host on Demand or OpenConnect WebConnect.

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Are employee mobile devices prepared for travel?

TSA regulations might impact mobile activity during travel.

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Report: Mobile use increasingly important to Americans

We live in a mobile-friendly world, and many Americans are obsessively tied to their cell phones.

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Making system migration as painless as possible

If you have a mainframe and use legacy applications, you are insulated from the data storage issues more “modern” organizations are facing.

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Google’s Android master plan criticized by BlackBerry

Google’s new plans for Android have drawn criticism from BlackBerry.

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