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.
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Secure enterprise mobility management (EMM) from BlackBerry expands to Windows, iOS and Android; identity and access; communication and collaboration.
SAP customers including, University of Kentucky, Ericsson, Outerwall Inc., and more, are simplifying their operations with industry-specific cloud solutions at a rapid pace.
CEO John Chen will announce the company's vision for secure collaboration and productivity.
Khorus' new tablet app gives an instant snapshot of how well the organization is tracking towards its corporate objectives, based on weekly input from every employee.
CIOs must partner closely with their C-level counterparts to rule in mobile.
Leaders from different industries realize common ground in their mobile successes and failures at the 2014 Mobile Enterprise Executive Summit.