Zebra Technologies launched on Monday its Zebra OneCare, a portfolio of support services for its mobile computers, printers, bar code scanners, RFID devices and wireless LAN infrastructure, as well as a new managed service that provides visibility into Zebra mobile device asset and operational business performance.
Many employees do not think the apps their enterprise provides meet their needs. This is leading to a "going rogue" trend among employees who bring in their own apps, whether IT approved or not.
"Dead apps"--apps that have been removed from app stores--live on in the BYOD enterprise on employees' personal phones, warned a report by Appthority.
Sprint is updating its Command Center connected device management platform to add device provisioning, billing and management features.
Twitter and a set of other investors have taken positions in Boston-based beacon start-up Swirl, a sign that the maturing technology is starting to get mainstream acceptance.
Leaky mobile apps, not mobile malware, pose the greatest mobile threat to the enterprise, according to Andrew Hoog, CEO of NowSecure, a maker of mobile app security testing products.
For enterprises worried about data security, Silent Circle is upgrading its Blackphone secure smartphone and is offering a secure tablet and enterprise-focused products.
While many IT departments are dreading the flood of personal wearables into the workplace, it's a worry they probably won't need to address for many years. More immediately, wearables will come into the enterprise as devices specifically built for that environment. Think Microsoft's HoloLens, not Apple Watch.
If you are an enterprise with at least 2,000 mobile devices on your network, there is a 50:50 chance that you have at least six of those devices infected with malware that can spy on your network.
The "coolness" of Apple products will only take the Apple Watch so far in the consumer market. Can it find a use case in the enterprise as well?