MobileIron used its Mobile First conference to launch solutions that bring better data security to enterprise mobility applications.
Rugged terminal aimed at tracking a wide range of mobile and fixed assets, including trucks, vehicles, containers, rail cars and other heavy equipment.
Apple used its WWDC conference as a launch pad for a new operating systems for iPhones, iPads and Apple Watches.
Financial institution plans to deploy 15,000 financial planners by the end of 2015.
While the majority of initial Apple Watch apps will be consumer focused, research agency sees significant opportunity exists for enterprise-oriented applications.
Windows 10 operating system to hit the shelves on July 29, while mobile adoption questions remain.
At one point in time, Garmin was one of the largest tech companies in the world; however, due to the influx of mobile and BYOD, within the last few years the company lost 70% of its value—thus painting a clear picture of the disruption occurring today.
Google used its Google I/O conference to launch Android M, the latest version of its Android mobile operating system.
Smartphone shipments increased nearly 20% in 1Q15, due to strong sales in emerging markets.
Lenovos ThinkPad 10 sports enterprise-ready features and accessories that provide users with more accuracy and added data protection.