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.
Consolidation in the enterprise mobile industry was heavily predicted in the latter half of 2013, however, the first major deal of its kind this year likely came as a surprise. Leading industry analyst Chris Hazelton says there were three drivers and more like it to come.
Jawbone launches its ERA headset, a reengineered Bluetooth earpiece that lets users take full advantage of smartphone or mobile devices while providing a natural, comfortable way to talk on the phone.
There's a gap between security policies and behavior at Federal agencies, but the private sector is even worse. Have you assessed your enterprise? What are your users really doing?
Agency ditches the paper-based forms and implements a solution that connects hundreds of agencies across the state.
The BM180 and BP30 are each designed to give end-users enterprise-grade security and manageability, running on Microsoft's next generation platform for handheld devices.