Mobility Strategy

Redefining Device Management

1/12/2014
It's become fashionable in some circles to suggest that Mobile Device Management (MDM) is dead, but nothing could be further from the truth. While MDM is still very much in its infancy, its boundaries continue to expand.

Mobile Industry on the Move January 11

1/11/2014
In between two giant technology tradeshows — International CES last week and NRF next — the mobile industry is already moving fast in 2014. Here’s some recent personnel, partnership and security news.

Sponsored Data Service Now Available

1/9/2014
AT&T’s new offering opens up data use options for wireless customers and customer-friendly mobile broadband channels to businesses. Customers can browse, stream and play content from data sponsors without using their monthly data allowance.

The Wide World of Tablets

1/8/2014
At the 2014 International CES wearables, curved TVs the size of a NYC apartment and cloud gaming are stealing headlines, but what matters to business are the slew of devices that will make it to work, and added to the IT support list. What do the new tablets look like?

Drive Satisfaction and Real-Time Improvements

1/8/2014
A&W Canada’s goal is to ensure customers at each of its 770+ locations are satisfied with food, service and the dining environment. So the restaurant chain implemented a solution for real-time feedback.

Samsung Supports the Lifecycle

1/8/2014
Services and solutions portfolio supports enterprise customers throughout the entire lifecycle of a mobile device deployment, integrating with existing Samsung offerings.

CES Shows Off Smart

1/7/2014
With 3,200 exhibitors this year, CES is expected to attract more than 150K visitors and paint a wearable, smart future. What's going on in Vegas?
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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.