The latest update to the BlackBerry 10 OS comes with new look and feel and functionality and more apps.
Apperian receives Authority to Operate (ATO) certification to help provide nearly 240,000 government workers with access to secure mobile apps.
In its current form, identity and access management (IAM) cannot provide the scale or manage the complexity that the IoT brings to the enterprise.
Out-of-the-box mobile use cases and accelerated enterprise app integrations are built in to the latest release from Sitrion—Sitrion ONE.
Company removes 16-digit account number and moves to token service.
Galaxy tablets and phones, mobile forms and Canvas app lead to a paperless workforce and quick ROI.
To enable Apple Pay in the air, more than 3,500 crew members will be equipped with iPad minis and NFC-enabled cases, loaded with a custom-designed iOS app—The Inflight Service Assistant. This initiative is the latest step in JetBlue's use of mobile technology to offer better customer experience and support a paperless cockpit.
Despite the proliferation of new technologies, none successfully standalone, and the healthcare market is struggling to catch up with basic expectations set by other consumer-focused industries.
M2M technologies are being trusted to transmit confidential and personal information, monitor valuable assets and control mission-critical devices, and with that comes questions.
Change happens fast in enterprise mobility—here's a few from last week you might have missed.