What is going on in the world of mobility? Here are the recent moves by the major players.
How does an enterprise effectively communicate to a scattered workforce? The answer is a new native app platform for iOS and Android devices.
Sprint offers a solution to unlock the productivity of smartphones and tablets, and simplify business operations.
Starting Nov. 8, AT&T is offering the Windows 8 smartphone on its 4G network. The device featurs a 4.77" HD display and a 1.4 GHz dual-core processor.
As the holiday season approaches, iPhone sales grow 26% for a new September record.
To make mobility work, enterprises need a wider ecosystem to provide a foundation for success. What are the components and who are the players in this new struggle for strategy?
AirWatch provides secure, cross-platform support for migrating BlackBerry users. Organizations can manage all mobile devices, applications and content from a single console.
To enhance the fan experience and support the future of mobility in its operations, the Philadelphia Eagles upgraded network infrastructure, utilized responsive design and looks for new use cases.
Latest version of the Casper Suite provides zero day support and user centric approach to managing Apple devices in the enterprise.
What’s different about the new iPad Air? It’s smaller and lighter and according to Apple, quite dramatic. By the way, Nokia also just unveiled six new Windows devices.