It’s still early days for wearable tech, but forward-thinking enterprises are already contemplating the pros and cons, even if mass enterprise deployments may be a few years away.
The latest cyber attack left even the most “secure” sites, solutions and devices vulnerable, as end users, enterprises and providers scrambled for a fix.
It’s a growing pressure for workers to stay constantly connected, but texting takes a driver’s eyes off the road for an average of 4.6 seconds, according to Virginia Tech Transportation Institute. At 55 mph this is equivalent of driving the length of a football field with eyes closed.
OpenMarket launches Mobile Engagement Platform to help support key enterprise IT and security mobile messaging use cases.
Used by military personnel, first responders and outdoor experts, new rugged cases from Pelican Products are available for iPhone 5/5s and Galaxy S 5.
Another big acquisition, along with investments in emerging technology and earnings reports—here's the mobile happenings from last week.
Security that will enable users to wipe and disable mobile devices is on its way, but stops short at being the automatic solution many lawmakers want.
Several leading Canadian customers are deploying BlackBerry Enterprise Service 10 (BES10).
Zebra expands its enterprise reach, while Motorola Solutions divests part of its business that is increasingly being run out by consumer devices.
An effort to move forward sees BlackBerry looking back to its enterprise roots and a new "classic" device. Here's what CEO John Chen and President, Global Enterprise Services, John Sims says about the new strategy.