Despite being cutthroat competitors, it seems that Microsoft and Google are getting into bed together in the enterprise – figuratively.
Apple's live event slated for March 21 is expected to be jam packed with unveilings, and the full release of iOS 9.3 is one of them. Some features of the updated mobile OS may prove especially helpful to enterprise users.
Close to 90 percent of business executives surveyed by Wakefield Research on behalf of Riverbed said that poor app performance negatively affects their work, and more than half said that this happens weekly.
Following in the footsteps of Apple and IBM, Samsung and Red Hat plan to work together to build and deliver mobile applications for enterprise users.
In recognition of the mobile-first trend in the enterprises, Egnyte, an enterprise file synchronization and sharing startup, unveiled Tuesday a revamped enterprise mobility suite that is optimized for businesses to access, manage and share online and offline data from the cloud and on-premise.
For enterprise mobility to work, employees need to be on board, argued Jayas Damodaran, CEO of mobility services provider Boston Technology, in a Business2Community article.
The Apple Watch has the potential to invade the enterprise and drive innovation, but it probably won't be as all-consuming as the smartphone, accoridng to Ross Mason, founder and vice president of product strategy at MuleSoft.
One of the most obvious signs of that transformation is the changes Apple has made to iOS mobile operating system. Based on what Apple did with iOS 8, we can eeven more exciting enterprises features with iOS 9, expected to be unveiled at WWDC in June.
Enterprises are often held back from mobile app development by fears about the time, money, and employee resources. These fears are based on five myths about enterprise mobile app development, explained an infographic prepared by FeedHenry.
As more firms move to implement enterprise mobility programs, IT teams are being challenged to manage and secure mobile devices and apps. Ranzie Anthony, executive creative director of design and technology firm Athlon, offers five tips for firms to get the most from their enterprise mobility program.