Devices and strategy dominated the first quarter of 2013. Did you keep up with Apple, BlackBerry, Microsoft and Samsung?
The open-source web browser once again wants to "free the internet" with a new OS designed for mobile devices, but app security would be a concern for companies.
Before phones got smart, and devices were stacked, the era of mobility began with three pounds of portable technology - 40 years ago.
Latest smartphone offers a 6.3-inch HD screen and multitasking capabilities.
A comprehensive approach to mobility starts with five key components.
Mobile Service Management (MSM) solution provides real-time monitoring of all mobile connections and EAS syncs, dashboard and reporting capabilities to help enforce SLA performance, and consoles to support service desk teams.
Newest release features selective data wipe and other new app-shielding aspects.
PC market shrinking, while tablet and ultramobile sales go up. Apple's on top, while some stats show Microsoft and Samsung battling for second in this space.
Tablets bring the "wow" factor to work, and everybody wants one, but the device type must fit the use case. What does the enterprise need to know to build the case?
John Legere, CEO "rebrands" himself and the company - from suit to jeans and contracts to freedom.