Change happens fast in mobile—here's a few from last week you might have missed.
As the mobile enterprise continues to grow and evolve, companies that create a flexible but all-encompassing strategy with a mobile first mindset will come out on top.
It’s the revolving door, as many executives are out and a few came in last week in mobile.
A portfolio extension includes options for enterprise app development and management.
IBM enhances its portfolio to enable fast and secure enterprise app development.
It is not about just integrating two sets of technologies. It's about setting a vision for the end user and the industry according to Kit Colbert, CTO, End-User Computing at VMware.
To accelerate the enterprise’s return on mobility, FeedHenry released three “major updates” around workflow, BYO toolkit and APIs.
A look back at a few years worth of data shows more complexity, consolidation and devices, but not much more mobility which is still quite immature in the enterprise.
The mobile revolution is in full swing, and it’s being powered by APIs, a key enabler of what Gartner calls the new “extensible enterprise.” Discover how APIs streamline operations, enable partnerships that require access to data and services, and open up business models and revenue streams with outside developers.
BYOD programs can deliver productivity and employee satisfaction, but can come at a price in network performance.