It’s not about taking mobile enterprise software and making it easier to use, it's about completely rethinking and evolving the user experience.
It’s the revolving door, as many executives are out and a few came in last week in mobile.
Chrome devices, including the first using Intel Celeron processors and a new class of Chromebooks based on the 4th generation Intel Core i3 processor, are hitting the market.
A portfolio extension includes options for enterprise app development and management.
SecureKey urges businesses to replace passwords for online services with dynamic authentication.
According to Strategy Analytics, BlackBerry’s BES 10 offers “the lowest-cost migration path from a TCO perspective,” compared to five other options.
Trying to meet enterprise mobility needs, the new KNOX 2.0 from Samsung features core platform security, improved user experience, and an expansive ecosystem.
The case for enterprise-grade devices is clear, but as more consumer-grade smartphones and tablets (and hybrids) flood the market, some organizations succumb to the newest shiny thing syndrome, and forget their rugged roots. This usually comes at a price—so the case for rugged bears repeating.
Mobile content management solutions enable secure access to content from any mobile device.
Barracuda SSL VPN enables “cloud-like” access for remote users.