It's been a busy week for the major mobile players. Mobile Enterprise talked with several about their recent moves.
Who will be on top in the tablet space in Q4? Can new players make a dent? What about Windows or a BlackBerry comeback?
Parallels Business Solutions enables IT departments to protect their investments, letting users “applify” Windows and Mac applications, experiencing them as if they were made for iPad.
American is focusing on mobile technology to improve the experience and deliver worry-free travel. A mix of iOS and Android powers the organization on the ground and in the air.
Infinea Tab 4, with improved user interface, is designed for retailers to positively impact conversion rates directly on the sales floor.
If you read between the lines, Apple’s enterprise strategy might appear. But the company has never publically declared a plan. Yet, iOS 7 is huge and even Mavericks is gaining ground in the corporate world. Why?
Whether you have 100s of employees or 100,000; billions of dollars to spend on technology or next to nothing, these organizations all have one thing in common when it comes to building a mobile strategy.
IT used to be typewriters and telephones. Fast forward to the last five years—technology and business has rapidly changed. Sometimes one is ahead of the other and that's historically caused a divide. But IT is NOT separate from the business and the term 'alignment' is now an artifact. It’s time for a paradigm shift.
Open Mobile allows access to the iPass Mobile Network, with over 1.4 million hotspots around the world. App maps out hotspots and tests Wi-Fi connections for compatibility with VoIP, video and other apps.
Mobility is, you guessed it, moving. Here are the recent moves by the major players.