2015 International CES is history, but the products and solutions introduced will have an effect for a long time to come—enabling business progress and creating difficulties.
The biggest challenge facing enterprises in the increasingly mobile world is balancing between user freedom and protecting the business, but the right strategy can do both.
Latest smartphone offers a larger display and more power, expanding on the most popular features from the Galaxy A5 and A3.
Restaurant chain enabling staff and upping guest experience with Windows 8.1 on the Dell Venue mTablet E-Series.
Marketing fills the sales funnel, sales closes the deal, yet it's the overall impression of the enterprise generated by the quality of customer service that is a differentiator—particularly mobile customer service.
A global partnership will deliver advanced, Android-based mobile point of sale (mPOS) solutions to multi-lane and enterprise retailers.
Change happens fast in enterprise mobility—here's a few from this week you might have missed.
The first week of January is has barely passed and Apple has set another record—in the App Store.
Toshiba's Digital Products Division (DPD) released Encore 2 Write tablets featuring a pressure-sensitive pen and an ultra-responsive screen for more paper-like precision.
The automotive giant is innovating to take the company to next level in connectivity, mobility, autonomous vehicles, the customer experience and big data.