Microsoft may be No. 3 in mobile, but it's our No. 1 and No. 10 headlines for Q2 2013. Three other top 10s ruled this list — apps, myths and iOS7. Plus Samsung played all its enterprise cards and Google experimented.
What’s going on in the world of mobility? Here are this week’s moves by the major players.
FlixMaster launches a solution that does not require an app for viewing.
Authentify offers app for iOS and Android that turns a mobile device into a secure personal authenticator.
New Virtual Desktop Service, hosted completely in Toshiba secure data centers, will enable mid-market and enterprise companies of any size to deploy virtual desktops with reduced capital expenses, enhanced security, and support for Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) initiatives.
Healthcare services organization standardizes on Aruba’s controller-based and instant controller-less solutions across its 130+ client locations.
Xplore adds a fully rugged Android tablet to its portfolio. The 2.2 pound, 10.1-inch tablet is ideal for field service applications in industries such as utilities, energy, warehousing, logistics, transportation, military and public safety.
Despite having time off, Mobile Enterprise's digital editor submitted this article during a trip to Maine. This is a burgeoning trend, as surveys show, the majority of mobile employees feel that they are "expected" to work while out of the office.
Florida healthcare provider changes platform without worry through implementing MDM solution and strategy, and now leverages apps securely.
i-Mobb, a free roaming iPhone app that allows travelers to contact colleagues without roaming fees, incorporates push-to-talk function.