Mobility is one of the most disruptive technologies for business in decades. It is forcing businesses to rethink how they win, serve and retail customers, writes Forrester Research analyst Julie Ask.
The Internet of Things, in which billions of smart devices and objects communicate through wired and wireless infrastructure, will be a key enabler for digital business of the future, says Gartner.
Mobile malware increased 273 percent in the first half of 2011, compared with the same period in 2010, according to figures from security firm G Data."With mobile malware, cyber criminals have
Continued from " Hunting down enterprise mobility at Mobile World Congress " Major players explore new M2M business models At MWC, FierceWireless hosted a luncheon panel on embedded and M2M business
As the heated debate over H-1B visas intensifies, Indian firms may move their operations to Mexico as a way to dodge immigration restrictions in the United States. Mexican workers are allowed to work
Change is taking place at your office whether you like it or not. It is no longer possible to ignore social networking at the workplace or as part of your business model. So are you hip? Or are you
Online storage sites, which emerged as a hot service just a few years ago, are shutting down in droves. The big question is: Can your data be saved before it is lost? In the last year, a number of
Just last Friday, the Wall Street Journal reported that Delta Air Lines announced that it has stopped using India-based call centers to handle sales and reservations. Delta is just the latest U.S.
Twitter hasn't been around long, but it's popularity is growing rapidly. While it has been an instant hit with individuals looking to microblog socially, companies are now getting in on the act, by
We've reached the end of 2007, and now it's time to look ahead to what we'll see in the wireless marketplace for the coming year. According to a panel of experts, some of the factors controlling news