BlackBerry poaches from SAP again; SAP creates first digital c-level role—plus a few more industry changes you might have missed last week.
The majority of C-Level IT leaders also cite infrastructure as the biggest obstacle to advancing mobile strategy.
New features improve security and collaboration for distributed development teams across the app development lifecycle.
Southcoast Health System, First Key Mortgage and Consulate Health Care utilize Citrix solution for mobility management.
There's a big divide between management ideas and developer reality but all parties must get on the same page with what's possible and realistic in mobile.
Wearables are the next big thing and enterprises will face more risks as they are brought to work by employees.
The progression of mobility in the enterprise so far is akin to a child entering its early awkward teenage years, according to 451 Analyst Chris Marsh. How will this change in 2015? What trends need to go and what's coming? This exclusive report explores looks ahead and Marsh provides practical recommendations.
Change happens fast in enterprise mobility—here's a few from last week you might have missed.
Ensuring files across teams and organizations are up-to-date and accessible is still a big challenge for companies.
Retailers have figured out strategies to make mobile streamlined and effective for consumers and associates alike—leveraging best practices from the consumer side to empower employees and drive benefits to the bottom line. Here are 5 ways any industry can think like a retailer and take a revenue-driving approach to mobility.