Dell reported first quarter fiscal performance came in below expectations, but the world’s No 3 PC maker is still focused on transforming itself into an end-to-end solutions company, believing it is well positioned to take advantage of emerging trends such as the Bring Your Own Device drive.
It’s cool to be able to bring your own devices to work, isn’t it? Apple iPads, Samsung Galaxy Tabs, MacBook Airs, to name a few. But are enterprises in the world ready for such a radical shift? Edwin Yapp gets the lowdown from one of the leading BYOD vendors, Citrix Systems, at the recently concluded Synergy Conference, San Francisco.
HP has announced Virtual Application Networks, a new cloud functionality that it claims speeds application deployment, simplifies management and ensures network service level agreements (SLAs) across the HP FlexNetwork architecture.
If your organization’s IT policy is three years old or more, it is time to put it to pasture and formulate one that recognizes and accommodates the “Bring Your Own Device” trend, new research indicates.About 82% of Malaysian employees surveyed bring their own devices to work, and while 91% say their company is aware of this, 69% say their company’s IT department does not provide any support.