Survey from Apperian and CITO Research points to internally developed apps as a success model. Security and analytics head concern lists for enterprises.
According to research, despite concerns, IT and employees need to work together to forge secure mobile device usage practices, regardless of who owns the device.
Berg Insight finds large corporations are systematically developing and adopting best practices to maximize the benefits of the Internet of Things in every aspect of their organization.
Platform comes with pre-defined templates and drag and drop components to enable IT and non-IT users to build enterprise apps.
Intelligence firm reveals the emerging market for connected wearable patches, such as tattoos or small devices, to potentially improve the health of patients and contribute to lower healthcare costs.
Research from theEMPLOYEEapp finds there is clear disconnect between how employees want to utilize mobile tech for work and the solutions businesses currently have in place to support them.
Enhanced homepage control and social capabilities help restaurants and retailers customize their apps and improve customer engagement.
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Survey finds unmanaged personal devices that make up nearly 1/3 of BYOD used to access corporate data leaves businesses highly vulnerable to data exposure.
Research from Harbortouch finds restaurants can gain a competitive advantage by making mobile payment technology a critical part of the dining experience.