As more enterprises look to develop and deploy mobile enterprise apps, companies such as Kinvey are seeing a rapid increase in demand for its Mobile Backend-as-a-Service platform. To help it protect its technology, Kinvey recently received its first patent for technology related to its MBaaS platform, the company announced Tuesday.
Despite the increasing move to enterprise mobility, more than one-quarter of companies do not support a BYOD program, according to a survey of 418 IT pros by IT managed services provider CompuCom.
IBM is expanding its cloud offerings to ease mobile data sharing and improve data analytics for police, public safety and emergency management agencies.
Secure mobile messaging firm Neon SMS has put together an infographic that examines the proliferation of mobile security threats by platform and some strategies firms can use to lessen risks.
The BYOD trend in the enterprise is fueling demand for enterprise mobile apps to make employees' personal devices more productive at work. Market research firm TechNavio forecasts a 13 percent compound annual growth rate for the market through 2019.
French VoIP gear startup Invoxia unveiled on Wednesday two new docking stations for mobile devices that provide enterprise-grade VoIP calling for mobile employees.
Zebra Technologies launched on Monday its Zebra OneCare, a portfolio of support services for its mobile computers, printers, bar code scanners, RFID devices and wireless LAN infrastructure, as well as a new managed service that provides visibility into Zebra mobile device asset and operational business performance.
Identiv, a Fremont, California-based security firm, has been awarded four patents by the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office for near-field communications, mobile and security inventions.
Acronis is changing the name of its Mac-Windows file sharing product from ExtremeZ- IP to Acronis Access Connect and adding support for iOS, Android and Windows Phone mobile devices.
Fluke Networks this week unveiled an enterprise product strategy to align its portfolio with the requirements of the "borderless enterprise" – any company whose employees rely on the flow of digital information to conduct business, regardless of location or device.