It's been another big week in mobile as the consolidation continues.
Telerik launches a new platform that adapts to web, hybrid or native development, as well as to ever-evolving app requirements.
The consumerization of IT has led end users to usurp the IT department as the gatekeepers of technology. So Accellion launches kiteworks to enable employees to work securely, wherever.
BlackBerry 10 OS version 10.2.1 is a new software update for BlackBerry 10 smartphones. The update includes hundreds of new enhancements and refinements that will make the things faster and easier and help users stay better connected.
The tech giant sets new quarterly records for iPhones, iPads and Macs, yet Wall Street is still not happy.
I will give up TV for my smartphone and own 3+ connected devices. I make my own hours. I work from home. I communicate through social. Who am I? #GenMobile, and the enterprise better be ready.
There is no shortage of targets for larger IT companies seeking to add mobile to their offerings. And mobility in the enterprise is too big a deal for neat standalone vendors offering key capabilities to survive.
ConferenceCam CC3000e, a new video conferencing solution retailing for less than $1,000, is optimized for workgroups of six to 10 employees.
Vendor launches a mobile-centric integrated cloud communications platform to connect multiple locations and mobile workforces.
The big news was the VMWare acquisition of AirWatch and some earnings reports, but there were other things going on in the industry. Here are a few partnerships from the past week.