bigtincan launches upgraded version of its mobile content and productivity solution to bring secure corporate notes to the enterprise.
To create great mobile apps, developers need strong user experiences on the front end supported by strong back ends. But the fragmentation of OSes and complexity of the mobile ecosystem has created a gap between these requirements. This “mobile cliff” is leading to numerous mobile project failures, particularly in the enterprise. How can you avoid going over the edge?
What's going on in the world of mobility? Is everyone on vacation? Far from it. Here are this week's moves by the major players.
MobileIron launches Anyware, bringing mobile app and device management to Salesforce.com’s AppExchange ecosystem.
Currently the 4th largest carrier in the U.S., T-Mobile’s plans to disrupt and grow, and become the “un-carrier” lead straight to business.
Newly-certified apps in the Aruba WorkSpace Partner Program are designed to help financial firms securely embrace BYOD and enhance worker productivity.
When it comes to handling mobility, why do companies stumble? Often, the trouble starts with unspoken (though understandable) assumptions about the task ahead.
This Guidebook from Cass Information Systems describes how to develop a cost effective mobile strategy, policy and oversight for a hybrid mobile environment that supports corporate-owned and BYOD smartphones and tablets.
Flexera Software enhances solution to help businesses address consumerization of IT and BYOD when it comes to managing cost, complexity and control.
Whether installing, repairing or maintaining, traditional field service was previously limited to just doing the job at hand — not anymore. Mobility in the field is the most viable way for companies to increase competitive advantage and improve the bottom line.