Just like the actual fruit, Apple is not currently in season with no new devices coming out until fall; BlackBerry is laying off and Microsoft is reorganizing, but the march of the droids continues.
Preliminary survey data shows that there is a clear correlation between the leading platforms and the degree to which their customers are calculating ROI.
RxVantage helps reps with scheduling and booking appointments on the go, and viewing live feeds of appointments.
Apple bought HopStop, a mapping app, but what else is going on in the world of mobility? Here are this week’s moves by the major players.
Additional security and device control features include selective remote wipe, whitelisted apps and new IT admin controls.
SAP extends current on-premise solutions to cloud applications.
Voxofon’s app with a new user interface delivers voice and messaging features optimized for BlackBerry Z10.
Apple had news for the enterprise during its Q3 earnings call. CFO Peter Oppenheimer said the iPhone is a smartphone of choice for business as CEO Tim Cook claimed it an iPad world.
Blue Coat and AirWatch team up to enable enterprise users to safely and securely adopt mobile devices and services.
Is there a new world of Microsoft on its way? Not only did the tech giant drop the price for its Surface, and recently preview Windows 8.1, there is also a major reorganization underway.