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Mobile Industry on the Move March 1

2/28/2014
All the action was in Barcelona last week. How was the show? Besides the product announcements, what else came out of Mobile World Congress?

Samsung Evolves KNOX

2/27/2014
Improved security and user experience, plus an expanded partner ecosystem all part of KNOX 2.0.

The New Mobile App-itude

2/27/2014
Organizations looking for maximum value from mobility must have a new attitude—a new strategic approach to app development across the enterprise—a new app-itude. This whitepaper explores the new mobile app management lifecycle that successfully supports the new approach.

SAP Empowers Global Sales Operation

2/24/2014
Based in the Pacific Northwest, Emerald Home Furnishings is a wholesale supplier with clients on five continents. When a company is fulfilling orders around the world, real-time, accurate information is essential.

The Next Workplace is the Connected Car

2/24/2014
It doesn’t get more mobile than a vehicle. The Connected Car goes beyond that, not just via wireless for end users, but in the ability for machines to communicate. With this new frontier comes problems and potential— from safety and security, to services and a burgeoning ecosystem of automakers and app developers.

Best Practices for a Mobile Enterprise

2/24/2014
Companies that are actively integrating mobile into their business are raising the bar for those without a mobile strategy to develop mobile capabilities or risk falling behind in the market.

Nativeflow Powers the BYOD Revolution

2/23/2014
Solution lets IT lock down enterprise data on personal mobile devices, allowing secure employee access to the enterprise's internal or external cloud.
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