Mobility Strategy

SAP Empowers Global Sales Operation

2/24/2014
Based in the Pacific Northwest, Emerald Home Furnishings is a wholesale supplier with clients on five continents. When a company is fulfilling orders around the world, real-time, accurate information is essential.

The Next Workplace is the Connected Car

2/24/2014
It doesn’t get more mobile than a vehicle. The Connected Car goes beyond that, not just via wireless for end users, but in the ability for machines to communicate. With this new frontier comes problems and potential— from safety and security, to services and a burgeoning ecosystem of automakers and app developers.

HP LaserJet for Wireless Printing

2/24/2014
The HP Color LaserJet Pro MFP M476 brings enterprise-grade mobile capabilities to SMBs with convenient mobile printing through near field communications (NFC) touch-to-print capabilities, wireless direct printing, HP ePrint and HP AirPrint.

Best Practices for a Mobile Enterprise

2/24/2014
Companies that are actively integrating mobile into their business are raising the bar for those without a mobile strategy to develop mobile capabilities or risk falling behind in the market.

Nativeflow Powers the BYOD Revolution

2/23/2014
Solution lets IT lock down enterprise data on personal mobile devices, allowing secure employee access to the enterprise's internal or external cloud.

Monitoring Mobile Apps

2/20/2014
Logentries solution supports iOS, Android and HTML5 to analyze user-specific mobile device experiences.

Apple and Samsung Take Shape

2/17/2014
The market is responding to demand for flexible data plans, but that’s not the only thing they are bending on.  Several curved phones have hit the market, and the rumors of what’s next for the big 2 are being stretched.
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Who Owns Mobility

Less than one decade ago, smartphones and tablets changed workplace technology—virtually overnight. IT lost "control" and users became decision makers. Is it any wonder we are still trying to figure things out, and that the question of  "who owns mobility" remains? This research examines the current state of mobility in an attempt to answer that question.