What would your company look like if it were 100% mobile? It’s the first question to ask when thinking about the 2020 enterprise, and the key to your organization's future. This paper explores how mobile technology—both current and emerging—can be the platform for creating a smarter workforce.
IDC predicts 2 billion mobile devices will be shipped by 2017, while Gartner expects a 26 billion Internet of Things installed base (excluding smartphones and tablets) by 2020. With more devices, more machines, more connectivity comes more risk.
The recent ruling in CA is likely to extend to other states and to more than just calls—what about data?
The acquisition of Movirtu allows for both business and personal numbers on a single device.
Businesses face the most diverse work environment ever, with five different generations working together, across geographies—each with different skills, experiences and work habits; this has led to a talent crisis.
More than 50 Android device manufacturers will offer SOTI's MobiControl.
Dell's cloud-based EMM solution update enables simplified, secure access from personal Android and iOS devices.
Software updates extend the ability to manage desktops and laptops as easily as smartphones and tablets.
Henry Mayo Hospital utilizes mobile apps to optimize communication.
When you ask what's new in mobile, the answer could change everyday. The "pace of change" is trite. But, when thinking about driving innovation in your organization through applying mobility in new ways—that's exciting.