While iOS and Android continue to dominate the smartphone market, BlackBerry takes a back seat to Microsoft for the first time.
Microsoft's certification company enables enterprises, app developers to certify mobile apps without the cost of setting up a test lab.
McCoy's Corp. improves truck management and gains insight into delivery information, while influencing driver behavior.
Employees want the same UX they get from personal apps in the ones they use at work, and “Fiori” embraces the user, with simplified HTML5 apps, designed to work seamlessly across devices.
The "youthful and fun" smartphone, featuring a QWERTY keyboard, will be released in selected markets.
Rugged handheld tablet PC has an improved processor, storage, battery life and connectivity advance productivity for mission-critical mobile professionals.
While these issues are already a known issue for smartphones, the bigger threat is to tablets.
Designed to unify security and management of devices, apps and content, the cloud -based offering, powered by Amazon Web services, provides Mobile Device Management with enterprise-grade security.
Native Office 365 and SharePoint app enables employees to "use their own device" to work on contracts, spreadsheets and presentations securely accessing Office 365 from their BB10 smartphones.
Version 10.1 is available for the Z10 smartphone, as well Enterprise Service 10.