"Ruggedish" devices are a new trend, but there’s a big difference between consumer devices that can take a beating and real rugged devices that can take a hit.
Consumerization is redefining the software developer's business model. And it begins with responsive design.
Office hours? What's that. Mobility means "we're always on" and because of that, "always working." Access, by itself, is useless unless we can actually interact with the content that drives what we do.
Mobile technology is being adopted faster than any other in history. How can the enterprise prepare for such disruption?
To protect mobile endpoints, security must work the way employees work: anytime, anywhere, and on any device.
Apple put work into updating and adding new features and capabilities that will make it easier for organizations to maintain security and foster collaboration —without compromising the user experience.
Enterprise mobility applications must enable users to perform their business functions wherever they may be, whether they're connected or not. Here are four things to consider.
The company operates 220 stores with field-based advisors performing on- site compliance audits manually — a time consuming process where a single store audit could take an entire day.
When it comes to handling mobility, why do companies stumble? Often, the trouble starts with unspoken (though understandable) assumptions about the task ahead.
For the vast majority of companies, the question will not be if switching to the cloud is right, but rather when to implement the change. What are the considerations?