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Citrix Just Acquired Popular App Management Company Unidesk

Citrix is getting a little bit bigger.

The enterprise software giant said Monday it bought Unidesk for an undisclosed amount. Boston-based Unidesk was founded in 2007 and is known for its so-called layering technology that helps corporate IT staff better manage their companies’ Windows apps. 192 more words


Creators and Critics

“I’ve been all over the world and I’ve never seen a statue of a critic.”

― Composer Leonard Bernstein

No one ever said turnarounds were easy. 687 more words

Enterprise Software & Security

The state of smart city technologies in 2016 and beyond


How has the smart city space changed in the past 12 months?

Smart cities revolve around the idea of using new, connective technologies to make urban living more efficient, cost-effective and, in the cases of many, more environmentally friendly.

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Happy Holidays: Linux Mint get a major upgrade

If you’ve been a good Linux user this year, Santa has a great new present for you in his bag: Linux Mint 18.1 “Serena.” 646 more words


BlackBerry UEM: Securing Your Enterprise from a Single Console

As security shifts from the network of computers to the network of endpoints, IT managers and traditional security software players are scrambling to keep up. Today’s enterprise networks are both expansive and rapidly growing, with laptop and desktop PCs, tablets and smartphones, wearables, and an emerging tsunami of Internet of Things (IoT) devices. 825 more words


Foxconn manager allegedly stole $1.5 million worth of iPhones from testing

Apple iPhone 5s (Image: File photo)

Taiwanese prosecutors on Friday indicted a former senior level Foxconn manager for allegedly stealing and selling 5,700 iPhone handsets in China, to pocket around $1.56 million, … 208 more words


Google Creates App Maker for G Suites

Google has launched a new App Maker for G Suites. “It’s a browser-based platform for building browser-based corporate apps for internal use. And though it has an emphasis on approachable features such as drag-and-drop widgets you can use to rapidly assemble features without writing code, Google has also aimed to give it enough power to tackle fairly meaty development challenges as well as basic ones.”

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