More than ever, CIOs are thinking about what the mobile enterprise will look like in the long term, but the stakes are high now, and the road to mobility is not clear. How can they structure the chaos and transform their business? And create competitive advantage... the answer increasingly lies with enterprise apps.
It's not a question of to BYOD or not BYOD. The question is security, and is anyone paying attention?
Onyeka Nchege, CIO, Coca-Cola Bottling Company Consolidated, explains how he achieved one mobility across many functions and shares the new ways he is leveraging mobile.
In 2014, security risks escalate, the CIO's role shifts and mobile complexity continues.
Honeywell debuts the Captuvo SL62and iPad Mini Mobile Digital Device, so retail, hospitality and service associates can better engage with consumers.
Before mobile, when employees thought of "enterprise technology" (if they even did) it might be likened to the mysterious wizard behind the curtain -- we didn't really care how it worked, just that it did, and we were kind of scared to ask questions.
On an average day, 4,000+ people visit the Denver Zoo, but at special events after hours the same number of people must be processed in just one hour. The organization mobilized to manage guest entry.
Janam teams with SDG Systems to deliver rugged pistol-grip mobile computer with flexible, open-source technology.
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.
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.