In its "Un-carrier" initiatives, T-Mobile has offered simpler plans that include more, but every company's data needs are different. How can you calculate cost?
Few processes are currently mobilized in the enterprise; some won’t ever be, but always start with defining the business.
Most companies are behind when it comes to mobile app testing. What are the options?
Poor UX on enterprise mobile apps leads to employees going rogue—downloading apps of their choice from public app stories to use at work and putting corporate security at risk.
Companies that are actively integrating mobile into their business are raising the bar for those without a mobile strategy to develop mobile capabilities or risk falling behind in the market.
Both personal and business-owned mobile devices can represent a potential threat to your organization's data. But there's a whole tier of commonly available apps exist that represent a more covert threat to a security plan.
Last year was an incredible year for the mobile enterprise, as devices graduated from business tool to key driver among Fortune 2000 and government organizations. With this evolution comes change, but solving old challenges means the creation of new ones. What will the advancements bring for the year ahead?
There are various versions of the scam, but most involve a call from an unrecognized international number (Caribbean or Eastern European). And the consequences aren't nice.
Today’s workforce increasingly demands flexibility in physical location. Here's five tips on how employers can use a cloud-based phone service to keep employees connected, no matter where they are are.
The next, and biggest, challenge presents itself: how to keep these devices connected and provide a seamless and productive working experience while they’re on the network.