This week, our expert answers a question on how to connect a phone or tablet to a USB drive with a micro-USB connector. Answer | SearchEnterpriseDesktop.com
Delta has completed a Nokia 820 Windows Phone 8 deployment to 19,000 flight attendants -- a much-needed endorsement for Microsoft's mobile phone. News | SearchEnterpriseDesktop.com
Windows Phone 8 security is yet another thing for IT admins to consider, but mobile device management policies and systems should include it. Tip | SearchEnterpriseDesktop.com
IT administrators who want endpoint management tools for iOS and Android devices have new options from Dell.
The biggest thing is it saves us on... News | SearchEnterpriseDesktop.com
Microsoft's Windows 8.1 update has been all the rage lately. While many in IT want to see the operating system succeed, Windows 8 has been a flop -- especially in the enterprise. Of a dozen or so clients I've asked over the past few months... Tip | SearchEnterpriseDesktop.com
What's your mobile device strategy? If your business is like many enterprises, it's anything goes. Not that there's anything wrong with that, culturally speaking. It's hard to get buy-in on Windows 8 for mobile devices from a workforce using a... Opinion | SearchEnterpriseDesktop.com
In his final presentation before Wall Street analysts this week, outgoing Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer admitted that his company missed a huge opportunity years ago to be more competitive in the now lavishly successful mobile market.
Not... News | SearchEnterpriseDesktop.com
Microsoft's productivity software, long considered the gold standard, now has competition from enterprise-grade Office alternatives that deliver mobile, social and collaboration capabilities to end users on any device they... News | SearchEnterpriseDesktop.com
Once upon a time, Microsoft Office licensing was simple. You needed one license for each PC on which you planned to install the suite. Today, things aren't quite that cut-and-dried. Technologies such as virtualization, cloud services and... Tip | SearchEnterpriseDesktop.com
A tech support phone scam is an exploit in which an attacker calls offering support for problems they claim were detected on the victim's computer. When the victim answers the phone, the attacker says they’re... Definition | WhatIs