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Apple iPhone 5S: Best And Worst Rumors
What will Apple's next iPhone, or iPhones, look like? As the rumors fly, we separate the likely from the ludicrous for the iPhone 5S.
Google 'Keep' App Outed: Beware Evernote?
Screenshots of an unreleased Google service called Keep suggest that the company will return to providing users with a note taking app.
Samsung Galaxy S 4: Visual Tour
Samsung's new Galaxy S 4 smartphone offers unique features to challenge Apple's iPhone. Take a closer look.
BlackBerry Z10 Hands-On: First Impressions
BlackBerry 10 — not just the phones, but the BlackBerry Enterprise Server 10 software — will make or break the former smartphone giant. BYTE obtained an BlackBerry Z10 for evaluation. We haven't yet tested the most interesting enterprise features, but some features of the phone, especially the predictive soft keyboard, have already won us over.
3 Warning Signs Your IT Team Is Job Hunting
Do you know how to spot clues that your IT team members may soon leave? Consider this expert advice on IT talent retention.
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InformationWeek 2013 IT Spending Priorities Survey
We're conducting a survey on IT spending priorities. One lucky participant will win an Apple 32GB iPad mini!
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Archived Audio Interviews
Jeremy Schulman, founder of Schprockits, a network automation startup operating in stealth mode, joins us to explore whether networking professionals all need to learn programming in order to remain employed.
2014 State of Unified Communications If you thought consumerization killed UC, think again: 70% of our 488 respondents have or plan to put systems in place. Of those, 34% will roll UC out to 76% or more of their user base. And there’s some good news for UCaaS providers.
6 UC Trends to Watch InformationWeek’s 2014 Unified Communications Survey shows a revitalized market; 77% of 488 respondents have deployed UC or plan to within 24 months. Among those deploying or with plans, internal IT owns this tech: 40% will keep UC completely on premises vs. 3% going all cloud. For hybrid setups, 24% are primarily on premises vs. 17% mostly cloud.