How have mobile devices revamped the retail payment landscape?
Every successful mobile device program starts with a solid foundation and policy. Your MDM is not enough to control risk, expenses, and employee mobility!
Nearly three quarters of IT departments aren’t equipped to handle the increasing business demand for custom applications.
Here is a look at the popular devices that have advanced modern technology from 1876 to today.
Six percent of enterprises have all the mobile developer talent they need.
FeedHenry has identified 5 myths that many businesses still believe about building effective mobile apps in today's mobile-first world. Here is what the company discovered by examining internal customer data and industry RFPs from organizations with more than 1,000 employees.
As the rapid trend of innovation continues among smart devices, learning environments are also changing its form.
Today's technology keeps us constantly and obsessively connected. In fact, many health professionals claim, we're so switched on that we can't ever switch off.
Research shows app adoption in industries that have historically heavily relied on paper forms and manual processes.
Understanding your mobile device spend can be difficult and you have more important challenges to think about than deciphering multiple invoices, understanding multiple carrier plans, and watching for billing errors.
IT organizations are inundated with the headaches that accompany supporting a mobile workforce. This Infographic highlights how the influx of devices impacts the helpdesk.
Global research shows 37% of technology budgets are now controlled outside of IT departments and 79% of C-level executives believe they can make better and faster decisions without the involvement of IT.
Two thirds of mobile device owners would prefer to buy an insurance policy which includes advanced security features rather than a basic policy that just covers for damage, loss and theft.
In a recent Cisco survey conducted by Illuminas, 400 mid-market and enterprise IT decision makers in the U.S. were asked how their organizations are addressing mobility. How does your company stack up?
How is enterprise mobility is disrupting the IT landscape? Kinvey, a Mobile Backend as a Service (MBaaS) platform provider, maps out the acquisitions and partnerships among “traditional” IT and cloud players as they catch up to the new demands of enterprise mobility, and showcases the rise of mobile-first companies.
Post, tag, share, like — with over 1.2 billion active users, Facebook has become one of the most influential elements of the online experience. Although this and other social media sites are a great way for people to stay “connected” with friends and family, it also connects users and companies to security risks.
With 86% of cell phone users across the U.S. overpaying their monthly bill, more users are switching to no-contract plans. However, common myths often arise with a wireless service that seems too good to be true.
Skyhigh Networks, a cloud access security company, released the Cloud Adoption and Risk Report that analyzes not only the actual usage of cloud services but also the risks they present to organizations.
Here are some illustrated milestones in mobile communication from the first mobile call in 1946 to the exponential mobile growth we are experiencing today.