What's Next in Mobile Payment?

MasterCard finds consumers move from questioning security to now discussing the possibilities of enhanced digital experiences for payment on devices.

Box Wins Grammy

The Recording Academy, known for the Annual GRAMMY Awards, is moving to managing and collaborating on content in the cloud to foster innovation and empower employees to collaborate securely from any device.

Apple Beats Samsung

The last quarter of 2014 saw a shift in the smartphone market leader.

Enterprise App Standards Created

AirWatch by VMware, Box, Cisco, Workday and Xamarin launched ACE (App Configuration for Enterprise), an open standard approach for managing and securing apps deployed via enterprise mobility management (EMM) solutions.

BlackBerry Raises Enterprise Ecosystem Offerings

With a large number of global users and penetration in key international markets, BlackBerry is taking advantage of the Mobile World Congress stage—here's all the key announcements at a glance.

BlackBerry Takes a Leap

The new smartphone fits in the affordable category and is "built for career builders" and is the third device BlackBerry has released this year.

Here's a 'Form'-ula for Mobile ROI

Doyle Security Systems, Inc. has realized dramatic improvements in expense control and productivity gains following through a new digital sales order entry system powered by Mi-Forms on iPads.

Majority of Top Apps Can Steal Your Personal Info

Millions of users' data is at risk—including usernames and passwords from social networks and other third party services—as 72% of the top mobile apps reported vulnerable in September 2014 are still unpatched.

Pay for Pizza with Visa and Your Car

Visa Inc., Pizza Hut and Accenture are developing a proof-of-concept connected car using online payment, cell connection, Bluetooth and beacons for mobile and online purchases on the go.
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