Beating expectations was just one aspect, as President and CEO Thorsten Heins announced financials and talked BlackBerry strategy, both internal and external.
You've seen the commercials, but here's the conversation. Taking the talk from device to solution, Mobile Enterprise speaks with Samsung about its "holistic" approach into the corporate market, including hardware, services and vendor partners.
Provider of secure Wi-Fi solutions positions itself to handle the growing needs of enterprise customers.
As part of Release 7.5 of its enterprise mobility platform, Verivo is introducing a brand new Hybrid Browser Control. Additional HTML5 capabilities to help mobile developers create more dynamic apps.
iPad and iPhone users can now invite remote meeting attendees to view their live Powerpoint presentations over the web. Users can also draw on and annotate slides while presenting.
New architecture and products designed to give higher education, healthcare and hospitality the ability to overlay, segment and scale mission-critical, enterprise-grade and consumer-grade apps over existing wired and wireless networks.
With a ton of cash in the coffers and after vowing to do better in its map apps, Apple adds to its product portfolio with Palo-Alto startup.
From coast to coast, cities are upgrading to offer faster and free networks. Is this the connected future for the mobile worker or an enterprise security risk?
Seeing ROI from mobile CRM and SFA, enterprises are now looking to develop apps that enable core processes as the next step in the mobile payoff.
Now in stores, the availability of the first device on the BlackBerry 10 platform has led to further speculation on the company's future.