Acquisitions, partnerships, deployments and more — this week in mobile.
Juniper Networks launches its Pulse App Connect, enabling VPN connectivity from iOS and Android devices to Junos Pulse Secure Access Service.
It's not a question of to BYOD or not BYOD. Enterprises of all sizes realize that employees are bringing in personal devices to access email, corporate data and a boatload of apps that make the workday easier. The question is security, and why isn't anyone paying attention?
Kronos enhances its smartphone and tablet applications so managers and employees can be more productive, efficient and agile.
By all accounts it was a mobile holiday, ruled by Apple, both in device sales and how users shopped. Walmart alone sold 1.4 million tablets and 25% of all Black Friday sales came from these devices and smartphones.
Good Technology updates its suite to deliver a business-class productivity solution with the highest security certification across iOS and Android.
Yes, there are still feature phones, but the market has tipped with smartphones making up 55% of overall global sales and, pretty soon the phones will be “smarter than you.”
While the potential uses for M2M in healthcare continue to grow as the technology is expanded, three applications are poised to make an impact now.
Google and Facebook aren't coming to the rescue. Mobile not only continues to remain a roughly 10% fraction of the $30 billion annual digital ad marketplace, it's still lagging far behind “old media” like radio.
Before the advent of smartphones and collaboration tools, an ER relied on transmitting patient data verbally. The NE Georgia Medical Center is using today's mobile technology to make sure patients stay alive to see tomorrow.