Certainly, the IBM-Apple enterprise mobility alliance will help corporate adoption of the iPad. But the alliance could also help the adoption of wearables in the enterprise, argues Valentine Matula with Avaya.
Check out the hottest mobile IT news for Wednesday, Dec. 17, including BlackBerry launching two new enterprise mobility bundles, Google's mobile app offering to museums, enterprise mobility platforms to be moved to the next generation in 2015, rugged mobile devices getting a lift in third quarter and the FCC charging Sprint with $105 million for cramming.
Check out the hottest mobile IT stories for Monday, Dec. 15, including 5 ways to get the most from mobility, BBM's support for Windows Phone, increase in smartphone sales, mobile ad startup The Mobile Majority taking off and BYOD implementation fueling WLAN security market growth.
Check out the hottest mobile IT stories for Dec. 11, including a slew of new MSN apps for iOS, Apple's new flexible tactile display, the expected growth in the Asia-Pacific mobile market, a new partnership with Storm8 and Hasbro and a new productivity app called Workflow.
Enterprise mobility is front and center for CIOs, but many don't fully understand its role in the digital workplace. There are several common misconceptions about enterprise mobility, and here is what you need to know about them.
Enterprises are focusing their mobility investments on mobile apps to improve employee productivity, according to a study by the Enterprise Mobility Exchange, an online community for mobility pros.
Check out the hottest mobile IT news for Dec. 2, including a shift toward mobility for Vimeo, an increase in mobile traffic on Cyber Monday, China dethroned by India as the fastest growing smartphone market, the expected jump for LTE handset shipments and an executive move by Kony.
Enterprise mobility will top the CIO agenda next year, predicts Ovum analyst Richard Absalom.
ESG, an environmental safety compliance firm, has reduced its report time by 90 percent through enterprise mobility, reports Enterprise AppsTech.
Two-thirds of large enterprises believe that mobile devices are the weakest link in their security framework, according to a survey by Loudhouse Research on behalf of enterprise mobility firm BlackBerry.