Monthly Archives: May 2015

Maintaining high standards for government BYOD programs

Security concerns are still a possible barrier for government BYOD adoption.

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Microsoft announces official name of new browser

Microsoft has announced Project Spartan’s official name.

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Security updates for Java 7 no longer public

Oracle has ended publicly-available security updates for Java 7.

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Could California use the railroad to solve drought problem?

California could potentially address its drought issues via rail shipments of water.

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Could the Internet of Things impact logistics planning?

The Internet of Things is poised to add new data to logistics operations oversight.

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Acknowledge smartphone use in your organization

Multiple studies show a rise in smartphone use to access the internet.

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Department of Defense adds new cloud service options

The Department of Defense has taken steps toward increasingly cloud-based operations.

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Code language from Google moves away from Java

Google is apparently working on a new Java-less language for mobile apps. 

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Remove the worry of ‘dead apps’ with a modernized emulator

Older “dead” applications could pose a security risk to the BYOD workplace.

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Simplify train management with easy web-based mainframe access

An ambitious railroad expansion could be easier to control with a modernized mainframe emulation solution.

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