The latest device from the once dominant smartphone maker, brings back the iconic keyboard with more speed and power. Plus, Brick Breaker also returns.
Authentication, secure messaging and access, meeting capabilities and support services have been packaged to get beyond traditional EMM.
As the industry looks ahead to next year, all roads lead to mobile—IoT explosion, big data cleanup, cloud and more cloud, network and infrastructure investment. How will the enterprise be impacted?
Change happens fast in enterprise mobility heres a few from last week you might have missed.
Pagers are being replaced at the UVM facility with a new secure platform to enable employee mobility and enhance care coordination.
A holistic approach to mobile security that encompasses the network infrastructure, applications and network synchronization is a must.
Enterprises remain vulnerable to new variants of the exploits underlying the WireLurker and Masque Attack malware, an analysis of Apple's iOS security responses shows, according to Marble Labs.
Gartner provides glimpses into 2018 mobile trends.
In April 2014, BlackBerry announced an investment in healthcare IT leader NantHealth and the first results of the partnership have been realized.
By 2017 over half of all employers will require employees to use their own devices for work; however, even still, security is an issue.