Microsoft is the most frequent auditor, with 58 percent of respondents saying they had been audited by the Redmond, Wash.-based sofware giant in the last year. This compares to 29 percent for Adobe, 23 percent for IBM and 21 percent for Oracle. ...More
Much has been made of a potential Sprint-T-Mobile merger announcement later this year, but a deal that would create a third wireless giant to go head-to-head with Verizon Wireless and AT&T is becoming increasingly unlikely. ...More
Apple's iPhone is not only the best-selling smartphone in the U.S., its customers are the most satisfied, beating out Samsung's Galaxy handsets, the HTC One, BlackBerry, Motorola's Droids and more. ...More
FCC Chairman Tom Wheeler said his proposal will prohibit blocking of lawful content and prevent ISPs from acting "in a commercial unreasonable manner to harm the Internet, including favoring the traffic from an affiliated entity." ...More
A new study reveals that 10 percent of enterprise employees don't even have a password, PIN or other security measure enabled on the mobile device they use for work purposes, potentially exposing organizations to grave risk. ...More
Microsoft is only buying an exclusive license to the Nokia brand for devices until the middle of next year. The remaining part of Nokia not being sold to Microsoft has said it won't compete with the Redmond, Wash.-based software giant until then. ...More
If your business is considering a video conferencing system, understanding the costs can be a challenge. In this video, Channel Partners' Craig Galbraith shares a simple way to look at the costs of an on-premises system.