At one point in time, Garmin was one of the largest tech companies in the world; however, due to the influx of mobile and BYOD, within the last few years the company lost 70% of its value—thus painting a clear picture of the disruption occurring today.
U.S. Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO) awards global security tech company with four patents to address the issue of mobile security in the connected world.
Networking equipment giant points to mobile access as a key factor in IP traffic tripling by 2019.
Continued growth of the mobility space and the emergence of IoT will continue to drive Wi-Fi network growth, according to a new report from Wireless Broadband Alliance.
Survey from leading tax/advisory group finds that tech execs expect to complete 57% more acquisitions in 2015.
According to research, despite concerns, IT and employees need to work together to forge secure mobile device usage practices, regardless of who owns the device.
Berg Insight finds large corporations are systematically developing and adopting best practices to maximize the benefits of the Internet of Things in every aspect of their organization.
Change happens fast in enterprise mobility—here's a few from last week you might have missed.
Research from Red Hat identifies the biggest priorities and obstacles around enterprise mobility, as well as emerging attitudes toward the Internet of Things.
As businesses connect more "things" to their information systems, the networks these devices utilize need to be robust and secure.