MobileIron announced Thursday the availability of its first productivity app Rooms, which hopes to eliminate any annoyances caused by the conference room booking process. FierceMobileIT spoke with MobileIron's director of product management, David Barkovic, on how the app is a shift away from the email-dominated enterprise of the past.
The "big five" technology companies have made their thoughts clear on the Burr-Feinstein proposed encryption bill, but according to cloud communications platform Twilio, the legislation could have even bigger ramifications for small businesses.
Opera Software, maker of the Opera web browser, launched on Monday a free virtual private network app with unlimited data usage for iPhones and iPads.
The iPhone and iPad just became more enterprise friendly with the announcement of a partnership between tech giants Apple and SAP.
The Los Angeles Times reported that the Federal Bureau of Investigation obtained a search warrant compelling the girlfriend of an alleged gang member to press her finger against an iPhone seized from a Glendale, California, home in order to gain access to data of interest in the criminal investigation.
For the first time in 13 years Apple posted a decline in revenue – including a 16 percent drop in iPhone sales – and the vultures are circling.
Apple could see iPhone shipments this year fall below 2014 levels, predicted Ming-Chi Kuo at KGI Securities.
Apple has filed a patent application for a set of headphones that can be used both wired and wirelessly.
Given the choice, employees would select Apple devices for their work tools, according to a survey of 480 executives, managers and IT pros by JAMF Software, a provider of enterprise device management for Apple devices.
So the epic battle between Apple/privacy and FBI/justice has ended. There will be no storming of Apple's Cupertino headquarters by jackbooted FBI agents, no walk of shame for Apple CEO Tim Cook in handcuffs.