As part of Intermec’s data capture portfolio, new SF61B and SR31T barcode scanners deliver 2D imaging technology.
Crittercism launches Fathom Mobile Command Center, a management solution which reports performance of entire app experience, including network latency and third-party cloud services.
As BlackBerry looks forward to a Q2 loss, it also seems to be looking back — stuck in a transition of what it was, what it actually is and what it wants to be.
The CASIO G’zOne Commando 4G LTE is built to be durable and withstand the most severe conditions, combining toughness with functionality for both work and play.
Productivity can increase by at least 40% through mobility, but left to their own devices (and apps), employees are using consumer-grade tools for work. How open should the enterprise be?
Console lets companies quickly deploy Silent Phone and Silent Text mobile apps (on employer-issued and employees' unmanaged/personal devices), for peer-to-peer encrypted VoIP calling and text messaging via cellular and Wi-Fi networks.
Employees? The Enterprise? The Government? Who is responsible for securing mobile data and devices — many more of which are not only connected to the greater infrastructure, but to each other in this age of the Internet of Things.
What’s happening in the world of mobility? Here are this week’s moves by the major players.
As part of its IT Transformation Service, iTrinegy adds a pre-deployment service for organizations planning to move to the cloud.
BlackBerry Q1 earnings were reported today, as well as the move to cease efforts to add BB10 to tablets, while there seemed to be hints of a new go to market strategy.