Mobility proves to be the enabler of the digital business as analytics and cloud become highest priorities.
New solution developed with the Department of Energy and Wind River has been penetration tested at Texas Tech University.
Change happens fast in enterprise mobility—here's a few from last week you might have missed.
Cybersecurity has led to competing priorities in IT and businesses need easy-to-use solutions to manage all the issues.
The University is using cloud intelligence to reduce energy/operating cost.
The largest contracting organization in Canada and sixth largest in the US, will deploy EMM to 4,500 devices.
Moving to mobile forms via iPad will save more paper through tree planting program with The Nature Conservancy.
While Samsung scooped the smartphone news at #MWC15, and BlackBerry and Microsoft made their plays, ultra secure devices top the rest of the list of launches.
Whether it's because they don't know how to comply or that protocol is not enforced, there's a big gap in enterprise security.
A $3 trillion market will increase by dollars and people—1 billion new mobile subscribers expected by 2020.