Mobile Business Intelligence is essential for flexible and intuitive access to information where and when it's needed. But it isn't just about this access on the move – it's ultimately about an entirely new way of interacting with data and making the right decisions.
Security experts Kapersky Lab reviews 2012 trends and looks ahead to what's in store in 2013.
LG Electronics is using Red Bend Mobile firmware over-the-air (FOTA) updating software and vDirect MDM software for the new Optimus G smartphone.
Sprint filed with the SEC to acquire any Clearwire capital stock it doesn't already own.
Research In Motion will begin a pilot program with U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement for the new BlackBerry Enterprise Service 10 mobile enterprise management solution and BlackBerry 10 smartphones in early 2013.
iPass provides secure data communications for the Hallmark retail network that includes turnkey cloud-based PCI scanning services, high speed broadband, a fully managed IP VPN network and consolidated billing to meet the requirements for its entire store network.
It's not much of a BYOD discussion without the mention of BYOA(pp) too. As the enterprise hires the garage developer or takes too much time to select the right MEAP, the new consumer/employee is downloading apps so they can do more than just consume information on their tablet. Some of these apps are probably running on your network right now.
The military continues to embrace mobile technology with its purchase of iX104C5M fully rugged tablets.
In a recent survey, CDW asked respondents about their astrological signs to determine a correlation between how people with different signs use their tablets.
Mindflash's iPad app gives users a desktop-like experience with online training programs.