Apple has revolutionized a number of unexpected industries.
During this year's first quarter, Apple reported to bringing in a profit of $9.5 billion, which was down from the $11.6 billion it reported in the same time last year. However, overall revenue increased by $4 billion landing at $43.6 billion.
Apple has been holding WWDC in California since 1983, but is has gained massive popularity over the last few years.
This week Apple CEO Tim Cook fanned the rumor flames dramatically.
By partnering with an IT consultant familiar with iPad deployments, any company can implement the tablets successfully into business workflow.
This week, the U.S. Veterans Administration (VA) announced that they have started a one-year pilot project to loan roughly 1,120 iPads to the home-based caregivers of severely injured war veterans in an effort to improve the flow of information between patients and the VA offices.
With the number of devices on the market, which one should business look to incorporate?
The driving force behind increased technology adoption, according to the research, is companies looking to form digital strategies like e-commerce, mobility, the cloud and social media.
There are several different factors that are contributing to the post-PC era, none more so than mobile devices and applications.
According to a report from IDC about the first quarter of 2013, PC sales dropped 13.9 percent compared to a year ago. This is the steepest decline reported since the firm started keeping record back in 1994.