The last quarter of 2014 saw a shift in the smartphone market leader.
AirWatch by VMware, Box, Cisco, Workday and Xamarin launched ACE (App Configuration for Enterprise), an open standard approach for managing and securing apps deployed via enterprise mobility management (EMM) solutions.
The constant friction between the needs of business and the current state of the mobile market may cause an imminent consolidation.
With a large number of global users and penetration in key international markets, BlackBerry is taking advantage of the Mobile World Congress stage—here's all the key announcements at a glance.
The new smartphone fits in the affordable category and is "built for career builders" and is the third device BlackBerry has released this year.
Businesses should be happy with the built-in security of the new Galaxy S6 and Galaxy S6 edge and employees should be confident in BYO acceptance while enjoying cool colors, curves and cameras.
Microsoft introduced two new smartphones—upgradeable to Windows 10, with free personal software for a year—and announced new SMB services with AT&T.
Wearables are expected to grow by nearly 40% this year as smartphone vendors and component suppliers continue to expand into the category.
Banking/finance, airlines and retailers can further benefit from new enterprise apps from IBM.
To meet the changing needs of enterprises and mobile professionals —as well as device makers serving them, BlackBerry expanding its cross-platform strategy.