New devices from Samsung include the GALAXY Note II smartphone and new Series 5 and Series 7 All-In-One (AIO) and Slate PC lines.
BYOD often brings a gap in security for the enterprise. The potential for data privacy breaches is at an all-time high, but are the laws keeping up? Companies need to assume the worst in order to prevent serious risk.
Improved data accuracy and security, plus increased efficiency and process standardization realized through mobile digital pen and paper technology.
ABI Research predicts BYOD market to be in the "billions" by 2017, with the leading device still up for grabs.
Creating the best strategy and selecting the right Mobile Managed Services (MMS) partner can mean the difference between a short-term fix and business transformation.
Reaching nearly 25 million units, a new record for tablet shipments was set in the second quarter of 2012, according to ABI Research. Jeff Orr, Sr. Practice Director – Mobile Devices, Content & Applications estimates that 17% of these worldwide shipments are for non-consumer buyers.
A national survey from Wakefield Research and Citrix reveals that the majority of people are cloud confused, and while they believe it enables business, they also think that stormy weather affects cloud computing.
AdaptiveMobile tested several mobile devices on different operating systems for an SMS vulnerability that could create avenue for phishing and malware, and found that Apple’s iPhone is the only device not yet protected against the breach in security.
Ideaca has released a rapid-deployment solution for SAP Mobile Sales for iOS, BlackBerry, Android and Windows, which is expected to help customers operate more efficiently.
Among key findings from the quarterly “Mobile Workforce Report” from iPass, Inc., the survey revealed that roaming prices are having a negative effect on mobile worker productivity as they turn off their devices to avoid data charges.