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.
There is often a digital or financial footprint that comes with things; beware of ID Theft.
Chappens happens fast in enterprise mobility—here's a few from last week you might have missed.
Millions of devices will be activated by your employees once the holiday season is over.
Using iPads and new cloud-based app, The Ontario Tire Stewardship saves nearly $400K annually, eliminated all forms and can focus on business expansion.
If you thought the risks and threats to the enterprise were tough this year, that's nothing compared to what is coming.
Next year is the end of the beginning for enterprise mobility and the beginning of the end for the traditional enterprise computing stack. Get ready IT.
MDM and MAM can add effective security layers for employee apps, but this level of control really isn't possible for customer apps—often the biggest risk for enterprises.