Marketing fills the sales funnel, sales closes the deal, yet it's the overall impression of the enterprise generated by the quality of customer service that is a differentiator—particularly mobile customer service.
How do you keep mobile data secure when employees work outside the scope of policy? What should IT do to turn the trend around and regain influence without compromising productivity?
A global partnership will deliver advanced, Android-based mobile point of sale (mPOS) solutions to multi-lane and enterprise retailers.
The first week of January is has barely passed and Apple has set another record—in the App Store.
Toshiba's Digital Products Division (DPD) released Encore 2 Write tablets featuring a pressure-sensitive pen and an ultra-responsive screen for more paper-like precision.
From messaging to medical device, BlackBerry extends BBM and QNX platforms.
Most business leaders know that mobile technology is transforming the workplace, but they struggle to win buy-in.
From wearables to 3-D wireless computing and boosting the tech workforce, CEO Brian Krzanich delivers new products and perspectives at 2015 CES.
2015 International CES focuses on the end user, but many of the devices and gadgets being introduced this week will eventually make their way into and affect the enterprise.
AT&T partners with Airwatch, MobileIron and Good to integrate separate corporate billing, data, voice and messaging plans into personal devices expanding the case for BYOD.