Microsoft introduced a thinner, lighter and more affordable tablet, packed with optimized productivity features for professionals on the go.
The tech giant announced it will invest $3 billion over the next 4 years and create an entirely new unit dedicated to the Internet of Things.
This year's stories so far are about getting "real" — as in mobile and cyber security aren't just concepts to be discussed and as in the "real world" example of organizations leading in mobile.
CEO and Executive Chair John Chen reports that the ''financial house is in order," and leaves the market, customers, partners and employees with three things to remember.
Even attorneys want BYOD, but their security implications are much greater than that of the traditional enterprise.
Change happens fast in enterprise mobility—here's a few from last week you might have missed.
Although Samsung managed 7% in unit growth in the last year, tablets are losing their initial appeal and remaining a nice-to-have item...here's why.
Nearly half of retailers haven't updated their POS in over three years and 67% have no intentions of implementing new technologies—plus other shocking stats.
BlackBerry experiences surprising profit in Q4 2014—however revenue dips, as its turnaround remains a work in progress.
New app addresses the needs of sales and IT, providing the security controls necessary to protect customer and financial data.