Microsoft rolls out “Surface as a Service.”
At their Worldwide Partner Conference, Microsoft announced a big push to get more Surface hybrid tablets into the hands of workers. The “Surface as a Service” subscription-based program offers enterprises the devices alongside Office 365 and Windows 10. Check out the details here.
Pokémon Go is just the start.
Even tech leaders like Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella are taking notice of the viral gaming app—and how it will boost augmented reality (AR) at large, including industrial applications. After all, the enterprise has been under the influence of consumer technology before. Redmond Magazine has Nadella’s take on Pokémon Go.
What the heck is unified endpoint management?
Mark Dunkerley, collaboration technology manager for The Coca-Cola Company, this week said the shift to unified endpoint management (UEM) is imminent. Read his insights on the AirWatch Blog.
So what is it? Here’s a concrete example of UEM and how it’s easier than ever to secure personal devices.
Aaahh!!! Real cybersecurity monsters!
On the newest Echo ONE podcast, John Britton, the coolest guy in cybersecurity, revealed the one easy-as-pie thing you should do today to protect yourself from hackers. Listen here.
Software will fuel cars of the future.
But how will car companies get the right downloads to the right cars at the right time? VMware CIO Bask Iyer is building an infrastructure to get updates to connected cars. Read the Q&A at CIO Journal.
How long can you ignore your smartphone?
If you’re like most people, you can’t go without checking your phone for more than a minute *palm to face*, according to a new study. Read the results at INQUIRER.net.
Need an excuse? Here are 10.
You’ve got 10 really good reasons to register for Connect 2016 in Atlanta today! Plus, here’s a peek at what’s on the agenda.
— Joseph Razavian (@jrazavian) July 11, 2016