BYOD is becoming a mandate and true productivity is on its way.
Microsoft finally announced this perfect union, plus an enterprise mobility suite, as CEO Satya Nadella, wrote about the "magic" in the cloud.
Taking its own security seriously, CEO and Executive Chair, John Chen, vented frustrations in the Inside BlackBerry blog, where he issued a stern reaction to a network security breach.
BlackBerry continues to clean its own house, but surely does not want the same to be said of others—in particular the White House, which is reportedly testing Samsung devices.
Mobility has risen to such a level of importance that many believe it deserves its own dedicated C-level position to advance and align an enterprise-wide mobile strategy.
Android Wear was introduced the same day as the first device utilizing the platform was, with two more smart watches expected this year.
Along with the iOS 7.1 update, Apple improves the deployment process for the enterprise through the Device Enrollment Program and Volume Purchase Program.
Acquisition, integration and mobile executive musical chairs—here are a few moves you might have missed last week.
The Internet of Things (IoT), M2M, mobile devices —everything is becoming accessible to everything else, and everyone all the time. How can organizations leverage all this connectivity and get the right insights make better business decisions?
The mobility revolution has improved the way people conduct business. How users engage with content on their devices can be a success differentiator for organizations.