Mobility is not only placing greater demands on the IT help desk, it also offers solutions to ease the workload on overworked IT help desk staff.
Nintendo, the gaming company that gave birth to Mario, has finally decided to develop mobile games.
Companies in other states are "looking over their shoulders" at developments in California regarding BYOD reimbursement, according to Gary Greenbaum, CEO of Syntonic, a Seattle-based mobile services platform startup.
The average large enterprise hosts more than 2,000 unsafe mobile apps on its network, a security oversight that opens up the potential for cyber attacks, data breaches and more, according to analytics released Wednesday from a mobile app vetting provider.
More than half of enterprises expect to increase their mobile app budgets, and 20 percent expect to increase app budgets by more than 10 percent, according to 370 mobile app decision makers surveyed by O'Keeffe & Co. on behalf of IT solutions provider CDW.
Carpet cleaning firm Stanley Steemer has selected Merit Solutions to develop a touch-based mobile field-services application for its technicians out in the field.
If you browse through today's issue, you may notice a trend. It wasn't planned (I'm not that clever, especially the day after we sprung forward), but most of today's top stories speak to the importance and difficulties of maintaining a wireless networking infrastructure.
Malware often provides a backdoor into a mobile device that an attacker can exploit. When a user brings his or her personal device into the workplace, that backdoor can then lead to the corporate network.
Led by the popularity of its iPhone 6 phones, Apple's iOS devices are dominating mobile device activations in the enterprise, according to data compiled by Good Technology from its enterprise mobility platform.
Shake, a New York-based startup that provides a mobile legal technology platform for freelancers and small businesses, is now targeting enterprises with its Shake Pro product unveiled on Wednesday.