It's that time of year. Everyone is looking ahead to what the tech landscape will look like in 2014 and beyond. Here's a compilation around the CIO role, spending, mobility and security.
Kaseya launches an enterprise-class platform that securely extends multiple corporate data sources to mobile users' smartphone and tablet devices.
As we look back on a year of enterprise mobility, our No. 1 headline seems foretelling, with Microsoft seeking a new CEO. Last week, we reviewed the most read tablet headlines, and to complete the list and close out 2013, here we feature other top news.
You may not know the name, but you have probably eaten a Juicys' product. As the leader in special event food concessions, its growing fleet needed a new system, and, for the back office — a real-time view of sales.
The latest offering by Skyhigh Networks enables organizations to extend on-premise data loss prevention policies to Box.
PadSquad is launching the next generation of native advertising solutions, optimized specifically for smartphones and tablets.
Connected cities, connected car companies and more — the week in mobile.
Loop Attachment's case enhances phone design and protects its integrity while creating storage space for credit cards.
The next big thing for BlackBerry is the Internet itself, the Internet of Things that is, and a move back to its enterprise heritage. The struggling smartphone manufacturer held its earnings call on December 20th for 3Q fiscal 2014, and recently appointed CEO John Chen spelled it out for investors.
Yapmo releases new industry-specific editions of its cloud-based social application, customized for IT sales, direct sales and real estate organizations.