Mobility and analytics will combine to "completely transform" the enterprises in the coming years, predicts a new report from IBM Global Business Services.
Could enterprises switch out all of their PCs for tablets and still be as productive? Yes, says Mike Elgan, a Silicon Valley-based tech writer in a Baseline article.
Wearables are better suited to a fast-paced workplace than smartphones, argues Jared Banyard, Android developer at Lua.
Facing the second consecutive quarter of declining iPad sales, CEO Tim Cook is betting that Apple's alliance with IBM will stanch the bleeding by opening up the enterprise channel to more iPad purchases.
A survey released by Information Week shows that only 73 percent of medium to large businesses have a digital and mobile strategy, while 27 percent of those that do have a strategy in place say its weak or ineffectual. Given the impact mobile devices have on the way enterprises connect with consumers, these numbers are pretty dismal.
Legal pitfalls could lurk in common enterprise BYOD practices, such as remote wiping of data and tracking of employee-owned devices.
Should your enterprise implement 802.11ac wireless?
An overwhelming 95 percent of iOS developers are actively updating their existing apps to support Apple's new iOS 7 operating system, according to an online survey of 575 app developers conducted by Craig Hockenberry, a principal at the Icon Factory.
LAS VEGAS--Android users need to disable their security function in order to download apps from an enterprise app store, Jeff Forristal, chief technology officer with Bluebox Security, told a gathering of press here at the BlatHat Conference.
IT professionals should take a "fresh look" at Google's Chromebooks for the enterprise, advises J.P. Gownder, vice president and principal analyst with Forrester Research.