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.

Finding Flaws in iOS 7

Center for Internet Security releases configuration guidelines to help enterprises and end-users establish a “secure configuration posture” for iOS 7.0.2.

Practice Safe SaaS

Egnyte delivers a file-sharing platform for those files too sensitive for the cloud, the kind of files that can get an employee fired.

Top 10 Headlines of Q3

If you want to know what’s running the enterprise today, just take a look at the most popular articles from the last quarter.  It’s all about tablets and apps.

The Future of Google Glass

When innovation appears, it’s usually followed by novel and interesting ideas, versus something that adds real measurable value.  The hard part is figuring out the potential and what will stick in a business setting.

Four Weeks to MEES

Need help with your mobile strategy? Want to know what other mobile leaders are doing? Join us at the Executive Summit, start planning your mobility roadmap for today and tomorrow. And, oh yes, play golf at a world-class resort.
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Who Owns Mobility

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