A comprehensive approach to mobility starts with five key components.
Employees are bringing tablets to work and expecting high connectivity and functionality. Here are 4 tips to optimize the new mobility.
Smartphones will be the No. 1 means for Web access by 2015, and that means more access management for the enterprise.
How can the enterprise ensure secure, functionality given all the different device and OS types?
Capturing, consolidating and using "field" data results in boost to savings and productivity.
LTE services aren't always available where you need them, so enterprise network managers are looking for ways to boost LTE signals and capacity. Follow these best practices.
The right back-end integration enables a two-way flow of data - one way to the app for productivity, and then back to the enterprise for insight.
Companies can discover benefits from mobile apps that leverage and extend core systems, bringing value to the business while making sense to the end user.
Is the app you're testing fully native, fully web or somewhere in between? There's no one-size-fits-all approach.
New standard will bring more capacity; upgrade can be easy for operations and transparent for users.