Matt Hamblen

Senior Editor

Matt Hamblen covers mobile and wireless, smartphones and other handhelds, and wireless networking for Computerworld.

Google launches Cloud IoT Core service for enterprises

Enterprise smartwatch use is catching on

Enterprise smartwatch use is catching on

In the latest example of a trial, Samsung Galaxy S3 smartwatches are helping janitors do timely restroom cleanups while restaurant servers receive alerts when customers arrive or need service

New WannaCry variant being monitored, DHS official says

New WannaCry variant being monitored, DHS official says

A variant of the WannaCry ransomware has been able to infect some of the computers patched after the original malware struck. But attacks in the U.S. appear to be limited so far.

'Perfect storm' of ransomware and network worm hits unprotected computers globally

'Perfect storm' of ransomware and network worm hits unprotected computers globally

Enterprises were clearly unprepared. The question is if they'll fare any better the next time around -- and there will likely be a next time.

Amazon's Echo Show could disrupt enterprise-class unified communications

Amazon's Echo Show could disrupt enterprise-class unified communications

Amazon is on the verge of disrupting the enterprise videoconferencing and unified communications markets dominated by Cisco and Avaya.

DHS 'likely' to expand laptop ban on flights

DHS 'likely' to expand laptop ban on flights

Loaner laptops at the gate may help, but OS and app-compatibility issues could be a problem.

Face it: Enterprise cyberattacks are going to happen

Face it: Enterprise cyberattacks are going to happen

There are now so many cyberattacks that many enterprises simply accept that hackers will find ways to break into their systems. Companies are combining new and old methods to thwart the bad guys.

'May the Fourth' remind users to choose a stronger password

'May the Fourth' remind users to choose a stronger password

IT pros, share these tips with your users. Hey, it can't hurt.

FAQ: Can BlackBerry/TCL get back its smartphone mojo?

FAQ: Can BlackBerry/TCL get back its smartphone mojo?

Now that TCL has announced the KEYone smartphone which ships May 31, it might be fair to ask: Can BlackBerry, with TCL as a licensee of its phones, once again be a viable smartphone player in the market? There are several...

BlackBerry KEYone sales delayed a month to meet demand, TCL CEO says

BlackBerry KEYone sales delayed a month to meet demand, TCL CEO says

Enterprise customers eager to get their hands on the new BlackBerry KEYone, with its old-fashioned hardware keyboard, will have to wait another month until its May 31 release.

After early hype, smartwatches slowly emerge with enterprise uses

After early hype, smartwatches slowly emerge with enterprise uses

A market for enterprise-use smartwatches is slowly emerging, being led by the Apple Watch.

How your company needs to train workers in cybersecurity

How your company needs to train workers in cybersecurity

Businesses are being urged to train their workers to be more vigilant than ever to protect passwords and sensitive data and to recognize threats.

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