Change happens fast in enterprise mobility—here's a few from last week you might have missed.
Marriott International is on a mission to connect with travelers throughout their journey with mobile services.
Company rolls out new developer tools including a user and authentication model.
The IoT market opportunity will soon be worth trillions of dollars and will include greater shares of traditional IT markets, ultimately subsuming them.
New offerings to help organizations embrace a "New School of Cyber Defense" by protecting the interactions between users, applications and data.
A new app will let Philly football fans be able to monitor the NFL Draft, read team and leagues news, view stats, photos and more from their wrists.
For companies without proper management tools or those that are still riding the MDM wave, it's past time for EMM. For those well versed in mobile management, it's time to take it to the next level. This report provides the roadmap for effective next-gen tools.
Mobile Enterprise's sister publication RIS News took a look at geolocation from that industry's perspective, but there are lessons here that go across verticals.
The countdown to Watch delivery has begun. On April 24, users will have a chance to own the "most personal device" Apple has ever made, but a smart device really isn't that smart without the apps.
Largest safety-net Hospital in New England upgrades to 802.11ac across four-city block campus and connects physicians, staff, patients and visitors through mobile app platform.