A War on Zombies

WatchDog SnapShot is designed to combat corporate rogue devices.

Secure PDF Annotation

Accellion introduces a secure way for iOS users to annotate confidential documents on the go.

Develop, Deploy and Manage Apps

Kony, Inc., launches a Multi-Channel Experience Cloud, an end-to-end suite of products and services that creates a collaboration environment for business users, designers and developers to deliver compelling multi-channel app experiences.

T-Mobile Takes Over the World

The “Uncarrier” unleashed an unbelievable plan to upend the industry and continue its strategy to address pain points of customers, while inflicting disproportionate pain to competitors.

Improving Health With Smart Devices

Doctors’ orders aren’t always followed, and that can lead to tragedy. Plus, communicating and information access in healthcare is not always easy or efficient with fragmented staff and regulations. But mobile technology is changing everything.

A New Venue for Dell

New line of tablets and updated XPS laptops allow users to create, share and access content from virtually anywhere.

Cloud is the New Wild West

Moving ever westward, the American Frontier attracted entrepreneurs and settlers as well as bandits and outlaws. The rapid adoption of the cloud is similar: the opportunities are exponential, but so are the risks.

A Terminal Client for iPad

Attachmate’s new app – the Verastream Terminal Client - allows users to access mainframes directly from their iPad.

Rugged Mobile Computer for Android and Windows

Intermec introduces the new CN51, offering the choice of either operating system on a single device. Designed for flexible application support, the solution is geared for use in direct store delivery, transportation and logistics and field service operations.
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Who Owns Mobility

Less than one decade ago, smartphones and tablets changed workplace technology—virtually overnight. IT lost "control" and users became decision makers. Is it any wonder we are still trying to figure things out, and that the question of  "who owns mobility" remains? This research examines the current state of mobility in an attempt to answer that question.