Dominic Nessi, Deputy Executive Director/CIO for LA World Airports talks about implementing a mobile GIS initiative and the organization's effort to bring real-time information from the control room to field operators.
One-third of companies do not have a formal mobile strategy, but three-quarters say they have created a specific role to unify, manage and deploy it—actual progress or wishful thinking?
Organizations must seek to achieve the right balance among competing forces: security, user productivity and cost through an end-to-end solution.
Verticals with a focus on consumer-facing mobility are often out in front; here are five ways they will continue to lead in 2015.
Change happens fast in enterprise mobility—here's a few from last week you might have missed.
In the last decade, mobile has undergone numerous transformations. We understand this ongoing evolution and, as a result are announcing a series of changes of our own.
Managed mobility service (MMS) providers can help companies rethink their approach to better align with the business.
One-time process reinvention is not enough the new competitive landscape.
The report about the Korean Electronics giant acquiring the "struggling" Canadian mobility company has led to a week of speculation, analysis and stock highs and lows, but both companies have finally come out with definitive statements to the contrary.
The constant cycle of smartphones and tablets kept the BYOD trend going strong, but we are also seeing a slight reverse of this move with COPE and CYOD. What works best?