...third-party software made by Samsung partners. The partner companies are AirWatch, MobileIron Inc., SAP, and Soti Inc., officials said. AT&T...
After years of BlackBerry dominance, firmsnow embrace Apple and Android devices
Among lawyers, the once-unbeatable BlackBerry is losing out to new rivals such as the iPhone and Android, according to writer Alan Cohen, and law firm CIOs are supporting its fall from grace
Originally Published: The American Lawyer
...McAfee, Sybase, and Symantec, along with specialists such as AirWatch and and MobileIron, are some of the popular device-agnostic options in that field, he...
With the proliferation of cloud computing and mobile tools, BigLaw focuses on security
In The American Lawyer's 16th annual law firm technology survey, freelance writer Alan Cohen observes, the top focus has shifted from dollars to data
Behind every great smartphone is a great app -- or, to judge from some lawyers' devices, 10,000. An easier install than traditional software, apps also raise red flags. Used inappropriately, apps can
Research in Motion stumbles as Apple adds security and cloud upgrades
Lawyers want the cool gear for their work, too. Now firms must make sure those slick tablets and fab phones have state of the art security and solid tech support
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