Consumerization is redefining the software developer's business model. And it begins with responsive design.
TV watchers might have noticed a flurry of spots for the latest mobile devices. As Q4 approaches, this will increase even more. Here’s how tech companies target consumers, and in turn, the enterprise.
mobilEcho 4.5 turns iOS and Android devices into secure, compliant and controlled mobile offices.
IDC predicted a near 30% growth in the smart connected device market by the end of the year, and there's been a lot of action of late on that front, with the top 4 (or is that 3 now?) launching, releasing and selling.
Office hours? What's that. Mobility means "we're always on" and because of that, "always working." Access, by itself, is useless unless we can actually interact with the content that drives what we do.
Mobile technology moves at the speed of light, apparently. Just three years ago, the iPad debuted. Today tablets are taking over, and the workforce is running with that technology to new frontiers. Here are three mobile-enabled areas “ready to explode.”
What's happening in the world of mobility? Here are this week's moves by the major players.
Disconnection was foiling law enforcement work, so the St. Paul Police Department implemented a network performance management solution from NetMotion Wireless.
With Apple making a play for the enterprise via its new operating system, solution providers are stepping up to offer support.
What’s on the minds of Federal agency managers these days? Mobility—how to get there, how to secure it and how to measure benefits. Mobile Enterprise attended the Mobile Work Exchange Townhall Meeting last week and learned who’s ahead.