Interactive exhibits from top providers will show how mobile technology improves everyday lives of billions at #MWC15.
A new backend platform from Accenture will support the connected car product, contract, order and customer management for BMW, MINI and Rolls Royce brands.
Diageo and Thin Film Electronics create technology that allows bottle tracking across the supply chain, in-store and to the point of consumption.
IBM will offer mentorship tutorials and access to Bluemix to help developers participating in the next phase of the "Citi Mobile Challenge."
Recent large-scale attacks have caused businesses to move from blocking and detecting attacks, to detecting and responding.
What's new at the 2015 show? Which programs are focused on enterprise mobility? Who is keynoting? How do you connect your devices and with fellow attendees?
Why is a mobile first backbone imperative in 2015?
The move towards truly smart cities—a trillion dollar market—is driven by ubiquitous connectivity, the maturity of supporting technologies, as well as user demand. The definition is nascent, but Juniper Research reveals global rankings.
M2M technologies are being trusted to transmit confidential and personal information, monitor valuable assets and control mission-critical devices, and with that comes questions.
Mobile apps are at the heart of business transformation and businesses will need to invest in new mobile application development and deployment infrastructure to support the change.