The constant friction between the needs of business and the current state of the mobile market may cause an imminent consolidation.
While often focusing on the challenge and complexities of mobility (which are legitimate), let's not forget how the pace of change also brings great advances.
M2M technologies are being trusted to transmit confidential and personal information, monitor valuable assets and control mission-critical devices, and with that comes questions.
Mobile apps are at the heart of business transformation and businesses will need to invest in new mobile application development and deployment infrastructure to support the change.
Smartphones have become our gateway to work, play, social life, financial planning and healthcare, but they were not designed for this diversity and most users don't want to carry multiple devices.
Laptops and servers that access and store corporate data require passwords. Mobile devices have equal access, yet many organizations do not enforce password use on those devices.
Raise your hand if you have a smart thermostat, connected security system, a car that you unlock with your smartphone, or a wearable fitness device. If so, then you are riding the IoT wave!
As devices, machines and networks continue to multiply, 2015 looks to be the year when companies finally start to think more about what’s behind mobility. In this executive Q&A, Mobile Enterprise editors find out why the backend is so important for IoT success.
Organizations must seek to achieve the right balance among competing forces: security, user productivity and cost through an end-to-end solution.
Managed mobility service (MMS) providers can help companies rethink their approach to better align with the business.