More devices in the enterprise mean more apps and heavy data usage. The correlating wireless expenses grow as well, and some are hidden. Companies and users need visibility to manage these costs of mobility.
A recent study of consumerization of IT shows that a super-connected class of “mobile elite” workers is defying policies bringing any device and downloading any apps they want, creating risks along the way.
MDM v12.2 from Tangoe, Inc. enables compliance enforcement and enables mobile productivity while reducing costs.
The expanded Enterprise Mobility as a Service offering from Verizon features a secure workspace, new MDM capabilities and expanded Wi-Fi access.
From the iPad Mini, HTC Phablet and a $99 Nokia, there is a lot of industry supposition of what’s next and more work for the enterprise on the horizon.
A new report, "Screens, Phones, Tablets, and More: Keeping Your Eyes Safe in a Digital Age," examines how the prolonged use of digital devices can negatively impact eye health.
Several federal officials shared their perspective on mobile initiatives at the U.S. EEOC, Dept. of Agriculture and more at the Fall Teleworks Exchange Town Hall Meeting.
App center, channel specialization program and single mobile suite are among new offerings from Symantec Corp.
The decision of Deutsche Telekom to combine its T-Mobile brand with MetroPCS will help the company offer expanded products and services
In the opening of Blackberry Jam Americas last week, Thorsten Heins called BB10 “the platform of the future”; revealed that the device is sleeker, lighter and has the “same connector”; and said that the future is not about isolation (emphasis on the i), but conversation.