Verticals with a focus on consumer-facing mobility are often out in front; here are five ways they will continue to lead in 2015.
Over 40,000 banking/finance apps in the world's top 90 app stores contain malware or suspicious binaries.
The new generation of Windows supports the company's vision of personal computing, which is that technology disappears and people are at the center.
What will security look like this year for banking, retail, government and enterprise?
In realizing the vision of the IoT, we are in uncharted territory. It's happening so fast in so many separate pieces that managing and leveraging has escaped a majority of enterprises. This report provides a snapshot of the evolution of the IoT and examines what's to come to help you prepare for the impact—from the onslaught of technology and its unprecedented risk, to attaining the extraordinary value of innovative information.
The Canadian city is implementing an Android solution for paperless ticket management.
A loss of sleep from the use of smartphones and tablets just before bedtime is having risky effects on health and business.
The report about the Korean Electronics giant acquiring the "struggling" Canadian mobility company has led to a week of speculation, analysis and stock highs and lows, but both companies have finally come out with definitive statements to the contrary.
To provide facilities maintenance and construction services at a low cost, KIRA leverages mobile technology for 1,000 employees through Good for Enterprise.
The constant cycle of smartphones and tablets kept the BYOD trend going strong, but we are also seeing a slight reverse of this move with COPE and CYOD. What works best?