What is going on in the world of mobility? Here are the recent moves by the major players.
How does an enterprise effectively communicate to a scattered workforce? The answer is a new native app platform for iOS and Android devices.
This whitepaper serves as a guide to understanding the components and implementation of an enterprise mobility management strategy.
Sprint offers a solution to unlock the productivity of smartphones and tablets, and simplify business operations.
To make mobility work, enterprises need a wider ecosystem to provide a foundation for success. What are the components and who are the players in this new struggle for strategy?
The biggest question in the BYOD phenomenon is not just how users and their myriad of personal and corporate devices will connect the network, but how will these devices be managed for productivity once they’re there?
To enhance the fan experience and support the future of mobility in its operations, the Philadelphia Eagles upgraded network infrastructure, utilized responsive design and looks for new use cases.
BoxTone delivers a User Self Service solution to “Fix Your Own Device” - to offload the burden from IT and service desk support.
“Repeat that?” It’s a common phrase among fleet drivers, trying to hear what dispatch might be saying. When messages are streaming live, miss one and communication goes out the window.
FireEye extends its virtual machine platform for web, email, and file vectors to mobile threats.