Partnerships and separations, here’s what the industry was up to last week.
The enterprise mobility management platform allows organizations to leverage existing investments in content repositories including HP Autonomy and IBM Connections.
Telerik launches a new platform that adapts to web, hybrid or native development, as well as to ever-evolving app requirements.
There is no shortage of targets for larger IT companies seeking to add mobile to their offerings. And mobility in the enterprise is too big a deal for neat standalone vendors offering key capabilities to survive.
Cue the Olympic theme as mobile moves into Sochi next month. Here are a few of the latest industry announcements.
More than ever, CIOs are thinking about what the mobile enterprise will look like in the long term, but the stakes are high now, and the road to mobility is not clear. How can they structure the chaos and transform their business? And create competitive advantage... the answer increasingly lies with enterprise apps.
It's not a question of to BYOD or not BYOD. The question is security, and is anyone paying attention?
In 2014, security risks escalate, the CIO's role shifts and mobile complexity continues.
No diet, going to the gym or quitting drinking for this analyst, but doing better next year is a priority. What should industry experts, enterprises and solution providers keep in mind for mobile?
It’s time to take mobile apps to the next level where they are part of the larger mobile strategy. That means addressing the full lifecycle — from the case to deployment and data analysis.