Research from Ness Software Engineering (SES) cites the biggest factors holding enterprises back from competing in the digital economy—including readiness, infrastructure and one more topping the list.
Change happens fast in enterprise mobility—here's a few from last week you might have missed.
Marketplace made up of 750,000+ developers and designers addresses the lack of development skills and resources needed to create personalized business apps on iOS.
At NRA 2015, Epson America revealed a suite of mobile printers that are helping to address the specific POS needs of the hospitality industry.
Partnership aimed at automating the communication of wireless security policies between devices to reduce costs and improve efficiencies for customers.
Updates to Ruckus Wireless' Hotspot 2.0 provide continuous roaming between disparate WiFi networks; plus a software platform that provides unified software architecture across WLAN controllers.
Continued growth of the mobility space and the emergence of IoT will continue to drive Wi-Fi network growth, according to a new report from Wireless Broadband Alliance.
Comprehensive strategy focuses on putting organizations back in control of the performance of their entire IT landscape—regardless of whether services are running on premise or in the cloud.
Rugged handheld from Motorola Solutions features a textured push-to-talk button and "Public Safety Experience" UX purpose-built for employees in extreme environments.
Report from Research and Markets predicts big growth for wearable devices in the medical field over the next five years.