BlackBerry poaches from SAP again; SAP creates first digital c-level role—plus a few more industry changes you might have missed last week.
Change happens fast in enterprise mobility—here's a few from last week you might have missed.
Mobility has changed everything in the enterprise, which was not prepared for the quick advancement and influx of devices. Everything will change again, but this time there is a chance to be ready. This paper looks ahead to help you plan for security as the mobile evolution continues.
Tech execs from American Airlines, Clark Builders, Coca-Cola Co. Consolidated, Chico's FAS and Rosendin Electric share their mobile accomplishments of 2014 and share plans for 2015.
A cloud-based, mobile enabled Big Data and analytics solution from IBM aims to improve mining machine performance.
Just like BYOD, employees prefer the ease of use and functionality of their own apps and IT must adapt.
Over the next 6 years self-driving/autonomous vehicles will lead to the most fundamental change in transportation, mobility and society.
Fidelity, DICK's Sporting Goods, Fairfield University, Delta Air Lines, Consulate Health Care, McKesson Medical-Surgical, 451 Research, VDC Reserach to speak at Mobile Enterprise Executive Summit.
The planned U.S. federal secure node will offer the right (secure) mix of cloud, hosted and on-premise technology.
The Industrial Internet Consortium's (IIC) mission is to further development, adoption and use of M2M, intelligent analytics and people at work.