Enterprise articles

Dropbox's Google Docs rival Paper gets full release

Dropbox may already be an immensely popular cloud storage vendor, but the company isn’t standing still when it comes to introducing new services. At a media event in San Francisco, California yesterday, it announced the official release of two products:…

Enterprise IoT drives indirect savings

It was supposed to be about the money. Primarily saving it, but possibly even making some. In the real world, however, it turns out that process and innovation trump the dollar when it comes to the use of IoT-related technologies…

Dell's Chromebook 13 takes aim at the workplace

Chromebooks have gained more traction than most probably expected, a trend that Google is hoping will carry over to the workplace. The latest entry in its enterprise push comes from Dell in the form of the Chromebook 13.

The complexity challenge drives 'Shadow IT'

We’re on the edge of a precipice in the enterprise tech industry, and most people don’t even realize it. The problem? The technology developments that have driven some of the greatest advancements in business—things like software as a service (SaaS),…

The hidden opportunity of corporate smartphones

I’ve been doing a great deal of research on corporate purchase, usage, and management of devices recently, and I’ve come across some interesting findings. Most importantly, the corporate smartphone is far from dead.