Change happens fast in enterprise mobility—here's a few from last week you might have missed.
At NRA 2015, Epson America revealed a suite of mobile printers that are helping to address the specific POS needs of the hospitality industry.
Full suite of mobile apps enables businesses to access, manage and share online and offline data from cloud and on-premises storage across Android, iOS and Windows—and now extends to Apple Watch.
Berg Insight finds large corporations are systematically developing and adopting best practices to maximize the benefits of the Internet of Things in every aspect of their organization.
Research from theEMPLOYEEapp finds there is clear disconnect between how employees want to utilize mobile tech for work and the solutions businesses currently have in place to support them.
The iPhone was one of the main drivers that broke through the enterprise barrier and led us into the BYOD age—and while it still may be premature thought, the Apple Watch is expected to cause the same ripple effect for wearables in the enterprise.
Survey finds unmanaged personal devices that make up nearly 1/3 of BYOD used to access corporate data leaves businesses highly vulnerable to data exposure.
Strategy Analytics finds smaller tablet vendors gained ground in Q1 2015 and will continue to pick up steam—while Apple and Samsung are using this year to rebuild for future growth.
Leading apparel brand adds Apple Pay to its mobile app platform to provide customers with an intuitive and secure way to make purchases via their mobile device.
Android device from Arbor Solution is ideally suited for enterprise functions within management, administration and sales.