Thanks to advances in mobile technology, enterprises could save millions of dollars by using virtual reality, according to an article at NetworkWorld.
With Google and Apple vowing to block any effort by the U.S. government to add backdoors in new mobile devices, the debate about mobile device security has escalated even more. For the enterprise, any opening into a device, even one deemed necessary by the government for law enforcement or national security, might lead to an exploitable flaw that could give up company data.
Starbucks want to make sure it can get the tired shoppers into its stores this holiday season--particularly those carrying smartphones.
The world is abuzz with talk about big data analytics. But why are they such a big deal when their predecessors have been loyal servants over the years--butlers, if you will--of reports aplenty? Read more in our special report. Access is free for FierceBigData newsletter subscribers. Click here
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While BYOD was originally supposed to save companies money on mobile devices, it has become a source of costs and risk.To explore these issue in depth, FierceMobileIT is holding a webinar this afternoon (Oct. 22) at 2 pm Eastern time.
Check out the hottest mobile IT news for Friday, Oct. 24, including marketers' cluelessness when it comes to mobile behavior, the future of mobile apps, self-driving vehicles will make up one-quarter of passenger cars by 2030, Asian countries dominate Ovum's broadband development index and Chromebook shipments to double this year.
To attract Millennials, banks and retailers need to tap into their enthusiasm for smartphones and mobile apps, according to a survey by Zogby Analytics on behalf of Mitek, a provider of mobile document image capture software.
Workers are concerned about the security and privacy implications of wearables, but think that they will make them more efficient and productive at work, according to a study by PricewaterhouseCoopers.
In light of the recent spate of high-profile data breaches, the security of wireless local access networks has become the number one concern of IT departments, according to a survey of IT purchase decision makers at 163 medium and large North American enterprises by Infonetics Research.
Check out the hottest mobile IT news for Oct. 23, including T-Mobile's newest stance on its alleged cramming charges, how much of a strain wearables will put on the Internet, a lack of unity in mHealth apps, what companies are driving sensor adoption and how Singapore plans to use mobility to improve its infrastructure.
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It's not often that we cover fashion shows at FierceCIO, b ut we thought we'd give you a peak into a recent wearables fashion show that showcased the latest wearable tech--some of which may be showing up in the enterprise, and on your workers, soon.
The top news stories for Oct. 24, 2014.