It's more expensive than an iPad but its Windows OS is always enterprise-friendly.
Connected all the time, smartphone users bring their phone to bed and to the bathroom, and imagine it ringing or vibrating when it's not. They want to be connected but complain about the distraction — exploring the love/hate relationship we have with our phones.
PowerVue offers advanced fleet management features in a single, secure and reliable SaaS platform with in-cab hardware designed specifically for the enterprise-class customer.
MobileOps Security Center gives IT greater control over security policies and application monitoring.
According to an IDC analyst, mobile/social/cloud/big data will account for 90% of all growth in the IT market, and the biggest category driving the growth will be mobile devices.
Siemens and AirWatch's partnership aims to simplify the implementation of mobile unified communications and managed mobility solutions to address the "bring your own device" (BYOD) reality.
In addition to quality and performance enhancements, this update helps administrators protect access to Microsoft Exchange ActiveSync, ease the deployment in the enterprise and provide management improvements in the administrative console.
Motorola's new WiNG 5 Secure Access is a cloud-based solution that addresses two provisioning challenges for retailers and enterprises today: secured guest access and Bring Your Own Device (BYOD).
Seventy-five percent of respondents in the emerging, "high-growth" markets (including Brazil, Russia, India, UAE, and Malaysia) demonstrate a much higher propensity to use their own devices at work, compared to 44% in more mature markets.
Under the terms of the partnership, GLOBO's GO!Enterprise will be made available on all of Prestigio's smartphones and tablets.