Things are heating up in the high-tech M&A market, driven by the move to mobility by enterprises and consumers. IBM just inked a deal to buy Fiberlink. Expect more mobility mega-deals in the near future.
The vast majority of employees have no clue what the BYOD policies are at their place of work, a new study from Ipsos MORE reveals.
Quick takes on mobile IT news for Wednesday, 11/6 including: benefits of Google Glass for enterprises, hefty fines for Samsung Knox, the Russian opinion of Android smartphones, BlackBerry's focus on software and services and mobile news for Canadians.
Quick takes on mobile news for Tuesday, 11/5 including: tips for preparing for the use of Google Glass and smartwatches, Surface Pro 2's battery life, updates for iPass and Windows Phone 8, Latin American demand for mobile commerce and BYOD policies in the federal government.
From "The Walking Dead" to "World War Z," it seems that everybody went wild for zombies this year. Not to be left out of the discussion, zombie devices are also a topic of growing interest. And as Bring Your Own Device programs gain in popularity, the likelihood that you will be doing battle with some of those zombies increases.
Options, which provides infrastructure products targeting the global financial services sector, is teaming with mobile management and security firm MobileIron to offer clients a complete mobile device management solution.
Microsoft is trying to convince companies that its new Surface 2 tablets are perfect as an enterprise mobility device.
App wrapping will edge out app containers as the preferred solution for mobile workspace management, a market that is expected to reach more than 60 million subscribers by 2018, predicts ABI Research.
Enterprise mobile is moving from a niche tool to a core business platform, observed Kevin Noonan, research director for public sector technology at Ovum.
The mobile security management market segment is forecast by ABI Research to reach the $1 billion mark by 2015, almost twice the amount expected this year.