Employees are bringing their own iPhones, iPads and Androids to work at an unprecedented rate. To the disappointment of many, there is no one-size-fits-all method to address end-user privacy and network security concerns. Use this forum to discuss how you’ll beat devices to the door with a well-founded BYOD policy.
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There is no doubting all of the buzz on October 4th will revolve around the new iPhone…or is there? Mashable has released news that Facebook will be unveiling their once leaked but quickly disclosed iPad app at Apple's media day. There has been a lot of speculation surrounding when this app would become available after being leaked mid-summer.
Why didn't Facebook decide to release the app at the f8 conference last Thursday when they had all eyes on them? And why Apple would agree to release this news on a day where they want to "talk iPhone"? Either way, it has been a long time coming. Stay tuned for a review of this new App!
Update (10/10/11): Facebook has finally released the iPad app. Try it out now, available in the iTunes App store.
We are excited about October 4th and all of the new announcements. It is great that Facebook and Apple are working together and hopefully can produce something great. It was said that Facebook didn't release this information at the f8 conference because they didn't want to take away from the Timeline and all the other new features specifically catered to Facebook. To check out a realated post check this out: http://www.theclixgroup.com/an.....tegration/
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