Yes, there are still feature phones, but the market has tipped with smartphones making up 55% of overall global sales and, pretty soon the phones will be “smarter than you.”
hopTo launches a comprehensive mobile workspace app, enabling all-in-one productivity by combining cloud storage services and remote PC access with file creation, editing, and sharing.
The relatively easy, (yet perhaps annoying) task of taking a cab in New York City creates a problem for a person with limited sight. Creative Mobile Technologies set about to change the system.
Before the advent of smartphones and collaboration tools, an ER relied on transmitting patient data verbally. The NE Georgia Medical Center is using today's mobile technology to make sure patients stay alive to see tomorrow.
Accenture has launched its Human Capital Management Audit and Compliance Software for SAP's cloud platform.
Aternity's no cost, tag-free mobile analytics platform empowers app developers with insight into the performance and availability of their apps.
A lot of predictions were made this time last year, what has come to fruition in the mobile enterprise market? What has not? How will mobility play out in 2014? ‘15? ‘17?
Yes, backend integration and business process are still priorities, but say goodbye to clunky, old-school interfaces that users despise.
SSO integration, data encryption, policies for data retention, and data API deliver instantaneous and secure communication to the enterprise
Metalogix, a provider of content infrastructure software to improve the use and performance of enterprise content on Microsoft SharePoint, Exchange, File and Cloud platforms, has launched its Total Email Management and Migration solution for the Amazon Web Services (AWS) cloud.