How Device-as-a-Service is leading a new kind of business transformation

The work-from-home needs of employees due to COVID-19 could help drive big changes in how laptops and other devices are sold.

Digital transformation and the work-from-home movement may not be the only big technology trends gaining strength due to the COVID-19 pandemic of 2020. Also picking up traction in the business IT marketplace in the last six months is the Device-as-a-Service (DaaS) model of acquiring hardware without having to buy, configure, and manage it.

In 2015, no major PC manufacturers offered a DaaS option to acquire hardware, according to a recent report from Accenture. But by 2019, that changed dramatically,

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10 Essential iOS Apps – TechRepublic

Check out a developer’s picks of 10 essential iOS apps, which focus on security, productivity, and more.

Over the past 13 years, as iPhones and iPads have become fixtures in more users’ lives, the number of apps and the Apple App Store ecosystem have expanded to offer services and apps that iOS users rely on each day. If you’re an iPhone or iPad user, chances are, you have pages of apps installed, but which ones are really must-haves?

This is my list of essential iOS apps that I use every single day. Some of these apps manage device security, some

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Galaxy Z Fold 2 rumors and leaks so far: Buh-bye, ugly screen notch

The Galaxy Z Fold 2’s screen could get a makeover.


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With less than one week left until the Aug. 5 Samsung Unpacked event, the rumor mill is abuzz with photo leaks. One recent leak confirms that Samsung’s follow-up to the Galaxy Fold will indeed be called the Galaxy Z Fold 2, as previously speculated. Next week, Samsung is expected to reveal not only the Galaxy Z Fold 2 but also two new Galaxy Note devices (presumed to be called the Galaxy Note 20 and Galaxy Note 20 Ultra) and the Galaxy Watch 3. The

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Dataflex: Microsoft Teams meets Power Apps with new low-code/no-code platform

Microsoft has provided more information on Dataflex, its new low-code platform for building apps and bots directly within Teams.

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Microsoft has provided new details on Dataflex, its new low-code/no-code platform for building and deploying apps and chatbots directly into Teams.

Dataflex was announced at Microsoft’s recent Inspire partner conference on July 21st. Built on the Common Data Service – now somewhat confusingly called Microsoft Dataflex Pro – the platform is designed to make it easy for users with little or no coding skills to build new capabilities into Teams using Microsoft Power Apps and Microsoft Power Virtual Agents. 

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Technology Platforms And Solutions To Unlock The Value Of The IoT

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