Brands that want to further solidify their relationships with customers and differentiate themselves in the marketplace, are doubling down on mobility. This Mobile IQ report demonstrates how leading retailers are leveraging the power of mobile devices for competitive advantage, to engage customers and meet user demands.
Strategy Analytics finds smaller tablet vendors gained ground in Q1 2015 and will continue to pick up steam—while Apple and Samsung are using this year to rebuild for future growth.
Leading apparel brand adds Apple Pay to its mobile app platform to provide customers with an intuitive and secure way to make purchases via their mobile device.
Android device from Arbor Solution is ideally suited for enterprise functions within management, administration and sales.
Microsoft reveals seven Editions to its Windows 10 platform—tailored to meet the specific needs of its diverse customer base.
New partnership will offer Dell customers added endpoint security and data risk management, allowing IT to remain connected with all corporate devices—regardless of user or location.
New research from Tractica reveals the top 6 emerging interface technologies that will be widely used in mobile devices within the coming years.
According to research from Good Technology, IOS continues to dominate the enterprise. But, Android and Windows make strides on the tablet front.
With a disparate workforce and millions of demanding customers, the airlines have long been leveraging tech to up efficiency and expand service. Mobility has taken that to a new level and is enabling JetBlue to think bigger and better.
SVP and CIO Jeff Martin focuses on servicing customers through mobile first capabilities.