The District of Columbia's convention authority debuts EventPath, an integrated event network connecting the convention center and the nearby Renaissance hotel.
Thirty-nine percent of the U.S. workforce is now operating in mobile or remote locations for a significant portion of their time. In this report from Yankee Group and Mobile Enterprise, analyst Chris Marsh reviews the transformational 2012 and looks at mobile opportunities of the future.
With the FIPS 140-2 certification, government and other security-conscious organizations can deploy BlackBerry 10 devices with confidence when they're available in 2013.
Dell says its Wyse Cloud Client Manager helps IT departments cost-effectively offer the experience employees require while working to secure sensitive corporate data and enforce business policies.
Samsung's program helps to end Android fragmentation and also gives enterprises devices that are approved for corporate use.
GroupLogic’s activEcho 2.6 has enhanced security and management options while being easier to deploy and use.
The new Splashtop for Business solution released a preview version to prospective users in August.
Wearable, voice activated mobile devices seem like a cool futuristic consumer device, but they are already being used in the field for business.
Wall Street is working remotely, the carriers are calling in reinforcements, but is your IT organization ready to handle a natural disaster?
The Microsoft Windows 8 OS debuts today. While there remain a few glitches that will undoubtedly pose challenges, Windows 8 offers a number of features that should appeal to the enterprise and end users.