I want a $500 phone – The iPhone 5 ain’t it

I love gadgets.  The iPhone has been the ultimate gadget.  I didn’t pay the initial $700.00 for the original iPhone because after all it didn’t even do video.  But when the price dropped to $499, I was all over it for both me and my wife.  The only upgrade I’ve skipped since has been theContinue reading “I want a $500 phone – The iPhone 5 ain’t it”

Should employees pay their own service bill for BYOD

I’ve read more than a couple of stories that claim that BYOD doesn’t save money but sends service costs spiraling out of control. The main cause is that companies either subsidize or out right pay an employees service charges.  The employee selects a device and a plan and then expenses the plan.  This is aContinue reading “Should employees pay their own service bill for BYOD”

iCloud horror story – When remote wipe goes horribly wrong

I don’t use iCloud for much. I did use the iCloud remote wipe to clean the data on a lost/stolen iPhone. I was grateful that the service was available to me even though I had a PIN screen lock on my iPhone. It was nice to have a peace of mind that my data wasContinue reading “iCloud horror story – When remote wipe goes horribly wrong”