2015 International CES is history, but the products and solutions introduced will have an effect for a long time to come—enabling business progress and creating difficulties.
With more than a billion workers worldwide already mobile, enterprises that learn how to properly support and encourage these "always-on" workers will gain a major competitive edge.
The biggest challenge facing enterprises in the increasingly mobile world is balancing between user freedom and protecting the business, but the right strategy can do both.
Change happens fast in enterprise mobility—here's a few from this week you might have missed.
From messaging to medical device, BlackBerry extends BBM and QNX platforms.
From wearables to 3-D wireless computing and boosting the tech workforce, CEO Brian Krzanich delivers new products and perspectives at 2015 CES.
In assessing their organizations capabilities for defending against sophisticated hacks and attacks, most CISOs feel "outgunned" and mobile and device security technologies rank at the very bottom of the maturity list.
In largest showing ever, more than 900 CES Exhibitors will share products, services and technologies that connect everyday devices to networks.
The IoT can drive significant business improvement by delivering a level of knowledge about workflows that has never been available before; it also introduces significant challenges.
BlackBerry EMM solution and smartphones, the Passport and Classic, will replace the majority of iOS devices.