2015 International CES focuses on the end user, but many of the devices and gadgets being introduced this week will eventually make their way into and affect the enterprise.
In assessing their organizations capabilities for defending against sophisticated hacks and attacks, most CISOs feel "outgunned" and mobile and device security technologies rank at the very bottom of the maturity list.
How can attendees possibly find their way around 4 million square feet of show space? Through technology of course.
AT&T partners with Airwatch, MobileIron and Good to integrate separate corporate billing, data, voice and messaging plans into personal devices expanding the case for BYOD.
The updated ThinkPad portfolio for 2015 highlights expanded business-class features and builds on the legacy of ThinkPad DNA: thin and light, with extended battery life to maximize mobility.
In largest showing ever, more than 900 CES Exhibitors will share products, services and technologies that connect everyday devices to networks.
2014 was a "troubled" year for the form factor, says Gartner Research, Inc.
BlackBerry EMM solution and smartphones, the Passport and Classic, will replace the majority of iOS devices.
The ATIV Book 9 is built for productivity and privacy on the go.
The new products are meant to be in the spotlight of the big event, but celebrities could steal the show.