If there needed to be confirmation that matters of mobility in the enterprise are extensive and ever changing, the top headlines from the first quarter of 2014 show that there's a lot to think about.
BlackBerry continues to clean its own house, but surely does not want the same to be said of others—in particular the White House, which is reportedly testing Samsung devices.
CDW’s App Marketplace brings enterprise developers to businesses to deliver custom app solutions.
Mobility has risen to such a level of importance that many believe it deserves its own dedicated C-level position to advance and align an enterprise-wide mobile strategy.
theEMPLOYEEapp's cloud-based native app platform gives on-the-go professionals mobile access via iPhone, iPad and Android devices to files, audio and video that's typically hosted on the intranet.
Few processes are currently mobilized in the enterprise; some won’t ever be, but always start with defining the business.
The mobility revolution has improved the way people conduct business. How users engage with content on their devices can be a success differentiator for organizations.
Most companies are behind when it comes to mobile app testing. What are the options?
As a Federal law enforcement agency focused on combating violent crime and regulating the firearms and explosives industries, the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives (ATF) is a highly mobile organization and has moved to adopting emerging commercial technologies to support its mission. Given the nature of that mission, security of devices and, more importantly, data has been a primary concern.
By taking loan officers away from the desktop and into the field with tablets, Bank of Tennessee created a secure mobile solution that shaved weeks off its process.