Companies that cater to a "nomadic workforce" need to embrace mobile document management.
Agile alone is not the silver bullet to software development.
Security and privacy are two sides of the same coin: Security focuses on keeping organizationally owned resources protected, while privacy pertains to keeping individually owned resources protected.
Today's businesses need to create a company-wide strategy around mobile messaging.
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.
Enterprise apps offer a plethora of benefits across all verticals—and law firms specifically are taking this very seriously today. But with thousands to choose from, which should be at the top of the list? Here are 10 must haves for enterprise execs.
The iPhone was one of the main drivers that broke through the enterprise barrier and led us into the BYOD age—and while it still may be premature thought, the Apple Watch is expected to cause the same ripple effect for wearables in the enterprise.
Mobile has evolved, going well beyond devices and mere portability; businesses need to now look at the big picture to fully understand its true definition.
The sale of wearable devices is expected to grow by 61% in 2015, and WYOD is bringing new risk to the enterprise.