Provider incorporates technology into Its comprehensive Enterprise Mobility Management Platform to ensure safe mobile application deployments.
What happened this week in enterprise mobility? Security and apps lead the moves.
Partnership to boost mobile productivity on employee-owned devices, via Averail Access integration which makes on-premise and cloud-based documents accessible through the Divide secure container.
Canalys predicts that not only are tablets in demand, but will pretty much out ship all the other form factors combined in 2014 – taking almost 50% of the total market (that's desktops, notebooks and tablets).
The 4G semi-rugged convertible tablet PC, available through multiple carriers, offers 14 hours of battery life enhance productivity for mobile professionals.
The coffee roaster and supplier of coffee systems and accessories for the workplace automates field operations with iPads.
IDC's Worldwide Quarterly Tablet Tracker, forecasts tablet shipments to come in 53.5% above 2012 levels, with Android and iOS leading the market. That's a lot of tablets — many of which are ending up in the enterprise. Our top tablet stories of the year reflect this takeover and the leaders as well.
HP extends its Elite portfolio with its thinnest Ultrabook yet.
Solution offers convenient new flexible payment options with on-demand "project basis" access for manual testing on real mobile devices.
Connectivity and a new app at Portland's Moda Center is one basketball team's way of zoning in on user demand. The NBA also recently tapped Samsung to up the mobile experience throughout the league.