VMware unveiled Tuesday its Workspace One platform designed to provide secure digital workspaces for company that support BYOD, corporate-owned and hybrid mobile work environments.
HERE Maps updated Monday its iOS and Android apps, adding a number of new cities for which it provides transit directions
To help enterprises address the exploding demand for mobile apps, Couchbase on Thursday unveiled the latest version of its mobile app development platform, Mobile 1.2.
Business users have the highest risk of being infected with mobile malware because of the apps they use and their behaviors, according to a report by Kaspersky Lab and Allot Communications.
A full 63 percent of enterprise app developers plan to develop up to five mobile apps in 2016 and 23 percent expect to develop six or more, according to a survey of 1,950 mobile app developers by Bock & Company on behalf of rapid mobile app development provider Alpha Software.
Most mobile financial and health apps contain critical vulnerabilities, according to a new report from app security provider Arxan Technologies.
There has been explosion in the use of mobile productivity apps, fueled in part by the BYOD phenomenon, according to Flurry from Yahoo's latest State of Mobile report.
As companies accelerate their enterprise mobility plans, they are finding that they have a backlog of mobile apps that employees want but that IT is struggling to develop. One solution that larger enterprises are employing is setting up "app factories," related Cathal McGloin, CEO of FeedHenry.
FierceMobileIT decided to look back at 2015 to see if it turned out to be the year of the enterprise mobile app, as many people predicted a year earlier. However, the experts we spoke with said that mobile app adoption in the enterprise isn't where it should be or where they expected it would be by now.
It seems that not everyone is happy with low-code, no-code mobile app development tools. At least that is the finding of a survey of 5,778 mobile app developers by IDC and Appcelerator.