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.
The ATIV Book 9 is built for productivity and privacy on the go.
The holiday season saw iOS on top—again—but security stands to be the case for mobile choice in 2015.
Often contrary to 2013 predictions, our top headlines reflect the reality of enterprise mobility, covering the most important issues and calling out the movers and shakers, including American Airlines, Coca-Cola, Apple, Samsung, Microsoft, BlackBerry, 451 Research, Forrester, Gartner, Lopez Research and more.
All of these trends will create UX challenges as well as opportunities to develop new value-added experiences.
In 2015, more users will take security into their own hands. Third party apps and solutions will grow in popularity as consumers try and deal with privacy issues.