Change happens fast in enterprise mobility—here's a few from last week you might have missed.
Company rolls out new developer tools including a user and authentication model.
Project Fi provides split second continuous connectivity and calls.
The new, hyper-connected workforce requires new corporate policies when mixing business and personal on their smart devices.
A new app will let Philly football fans be able to monitor the NFL Draft, read team and leagues news, view stats, photos and more from their wrists.
For companies without proper management tools or those that are still riding the MDM wave, it's past time for EMM. For those well versed in mobile management, it's time to take it to the next level. This report provides the roadmap for effective next-gen tools.
The countdown to Watch delivery has begun. On April 24, users will have a chance to own the "most personal device" Apple has ever made, but a smart device really isn't that smart without the apps.
New devices from Ziosk will benefit both guests and servers, enabling the restaurants' team members to make more meaningful connections and provide more personalized service.
Samsung has added another tablet aimed at better connecting people, entertainment, work and more.
The importance of a data centers has not changed but the technology it manages has, and strategy must be updated for business agility and competitive strength.