Change happens fast in enterprise mobility—here's a few from last week you might have missed.
Comprehensive strategy focuses on putting organizations back in control of the performance of their entire IT landscape—regardless of whether services are running on premise or in the cloud.
According to research, despite concerns, IT and employees need to work together to forge secure mobile device usage practices, regardless of who owns the device.
Brands that want to further solidify their relationships with customers and differentiate themselves in the marketplace, are doubling down on mobility. This Mobile IQ report demonstrates how leading retailers are leveraging the power of mobile devices for competitive advantage, to engage customers and meet user demands.
Research from The Hackett Group identifies an array of IT capability gaps and how organizations can support the changing needs of the business and create real strategic advantage.
BYOD can be a very polarizing topic for IT. Some view it as a solution while others see it as a risk. Read this eGuide and learn how you can address several new BYOD challenges facing IT.
Research from Red Hat identifies the biggest priorities and obstacles around enterprise mobility, as well as emerging attitudes toward the Internet of Things.
Leading IT technology provider extends enterprise mobile initiatives with platform upgrade, partnership with technology solution providers.
With a disparate workforce and millions of demanding customers, the airlines have long been leveraging tech to up efficiency and expand service. Mobility has taken that to a new level and is enabling JetBlue to think bigger and better.
Combining Iconic's drag-and-drop design capabilities with IBM's MobileFirst Platform, business users without software development skills can prototype enterprise-ready apps in minutes.