Google may have tipped its hand this week about its next Android operating system, "Android M," reported Ron Amadeo at Ars Technica.
I came across an interesting blog post this week by Kitty Weldon, principal analyst for enterprise mobility at Current Analysis, who noted the mobile application platform market is moving to cloud-based services.
Security firm Duo Security believes it has the security silver bullet for Apple Watch--two-factor authentication.
The largest independent Coca-Cola bottler in the U.S. is mobilizing its field sales and service force through a deal with mobile managed services provider Stratix.
The most popular use cases for mobile business apps are conducting inspections and filing out work orders, followed by compiling checklists and conducting surveys, according to a survey of 1,600 decision-makers in a range of industries conducted by Canvas, a cloud-based mobile app service.
Wickr, a secure messaging startup, is splitting into two companies--a for-profit company focused on the enterprise and a non-profit focused on human rights goals.
Dropbox continues to add functionality to its iOS apps and increase the amount of use cases it presents to the enterprise. The collaboration and storage company added Tuesday the ability to comment on files directly in its iPhone and iPad apps, and it further announced added features with the Microsoft Office suite. Dropbox and Microsoft have been creating connections through their services of late in a mutually beneficial attempt to attract users.
Good Technology unveiled Tuesday a single interface called Good Launcher for accessing its core mobile apps, whether third-party or custom-built, for the enterprise.
Microsoft announced a number of changes to its enterprise mobility management platform Intune at its Ignite 2015 conference that will take effect in the coming months.
Droplr, the mobile app used for sharing creative materials by the likes of Nike, Pixar and Airbnb, announced it would adopt a freemium model that lets potential users test out the program without paying.
Here at FierceMobileIT we've been curious about the use of wearables within the enterprise. We've covered everything from Google Glass at airports to Apple Watch in factories, and now Samsung is detailing its plans for innovation within the enterprise wearable space.
After launching a major overhaul of its mobile app platform earlier this year, project management software provider Clarizen unveiled Tuesday new enterprise apps for its Clarizen Apps Marketplace.
Glassbeam and PTC ThingWorx have connected their platforms to form an advanced IoT analytics product for enterprises and signed up their first customer for the combined platform, VytronUS, a clinical stage medical device maker.
Most CIOs believe that wearables will become a commonly used workplace tool, according to a survey of 2,400 CIOs by Robert Half Technology.
The biggest challenge in going all wireless was connecting all of the fixed and mobile connected devices used in the hospital, including wireless door locks, portable EKG machines, and robots, Stefanick explained during a presentation at Interop held last week in Las Vegas
While mobile messaging can be a powerful communication tool in the enterprises, there are three primary roadblocks to its adoption, wrote Sean Hungerford of BlackBerry. Hungerford offers four steps to overcome these roadblocks and unleash the productive power of mobile messaging.
A duplicate map in the Jeppesen digital flight bag used by American Airlines' pilots shut down the app and delayed flights at Reagan National Airport, according to a report by eWeek.
Apple admitted this week that the heart rate monitor on the Apple Watch, which uses a light sensor, might not work for people with arm tattoos.