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The Wide World of Tablets

1/8/2014
At the 2014 International CES wearables, curved TVs the size of a NYC apartment and cloud gaming are stealing headlines, but what matters to business are the slew of devices that will make it to work, and added to the IT support list. What do the new tablets look like?

Samsung Supports the Lifecycle

1/8/2014
Services and solutions portfolio supports enterprise customers throughout the entire lifecycle of a mobile device deployment, integrating with existing Samsung offerings.

Seeking Mobile Nirvana

1/6/2014
Holistic, strategic, “mobile first”— is this the enterprise mobility  version of Nirvana? Maybe. What it’s not, just yet, is reality. Here are some actual initiatives, challenges and trends that reflect a range of maturity across verticals.

BYOD Helps Restaurants Improve Operations

1/6/2014
Texas Roadhouse was seeking a way to facilitate employee communications to inform teams around the country about the company's processes, local marketing campaigns and customer service.

2014 Mobile Resolutions

1/2/2014
No diet, going to the gym or quitting drinking for this analyst, but doing better next year is a priority. What should industry experts, enterprises and solution providers keep in mind for mobile?

Native Mobile Apps Achieve Five Stars

1/2/2014
Monitoring solution by Compuware Corporation offers advanced crash, performance and usage analytics to ensure great user experiences and more positive reviews.

3 Ways to Leverage M2M as a Revenue Stream

1/2/2014
As we start 2014, the adoption of M2M will continue to be motivated in large part by enterprises understanding of the potential of M2M to reduce costs and improve efficiencies, as ROI has been well-documented across a broad range of practical, real-world applications.
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