BlackBerry has been busy this week, opening up and updating its OS and referring to new devices.
One quarter of business users admit to security issues on their phone, but only a small percentage tell their employers.
Business take heed, the wearables at work market is set to explode into the billions in next 5 years.
“Mobility and cloud are the future of business and the future is now,” said Brad Anderson corporate vice president of Microsoft’s Cloud & Enterprise Division at TechEd this week.
For those who never thought the day would come, BlackBerry has opened up its OS to outside MDM platforms.
Phone theft research shows that victims would put safety at risk to recover their personal data.
Push-to-talk app connects field techs with each other, dispatch and managers, on any device with any carrier.
The upcoming integration of the Invincea and ForeScout CounterACT platforms will enable continuous monitoring and prevention of advanced cyberattacks within enterprise networks.
It’s the revolving door, as many executives are out and a few came in last week in mobile.
Chrome devices, including the first using Intel Celeron processors and a new class of Chromebooks based on the 4th generation Intel Core i3 processor, are hitting the market.