News Round-up 2/24/2012: Millennials exert their influence in the enterprise, the Pentagon orders 18K iPads, IT workers take on new responsibilities

There are still a lot of articles discussing 'bring your own device' policies, Mac's and mobile devices in the enterprise. Here's a selection of some of the most interesting news stories from the last week. Let us know what you think in the comments!


How mobile, BYOD and younger workers are reinventing IT
Influx of millennials in the workplace reinforces BYOD trends and signals additional responsibilities for IT workers.

iBattle: Apple may finally storm the Pentagon
In a fascinating, high-stakes battle, Android and iOS compete for military dominance. First skirmishes are underway but the fight is far from decided.

The rise of enterprise mobility
As mobile devices gain acceptance in the enterprise, business apps boost productivity. Continued growth of enterprise mobile use projected by multiple sources.

Will an avalanche of iPads crush business networks?
Businesses need to plan ahead to ready their wireless networks for increasing use of iPads, iPhones and other mobile devices.

Apple’s Mac App Store is great For consumers but a big problem For business
Lack of volume licensing in the Mac App Store except for Apple software could prove problematic for businesses and schools. 


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