Many costs of mobility are "hidden" because they are not taken into account by enterprises when evaluating their mobility deployment and strategy.
Gartner is forecasting that by the end of this year, 82 percent of mobile phones shipped worldwide will be smartphones, up an impressive 12 percent from last year.
Adversaries are growing more sophisticated, making headlines with the size and scope of their attacks, and targeting new industries and vectors. As we move into the new year, Mark Painter, security evangelist at Hewlett Packard Enterprises, offers some predictions about the biggest cyberthreats and cybersecurity challenges coming in the next year.
Videoconferencing provider Vidyo and cloud-based unified communications firm Mitel announced Thursday a global expansion of their partnership to deliver high-definition video conferencing capabilities, including over mobile devices, to the enterprise.
Healthcare professionals are increasingly using mobile devices at work, according to survey data contained an infographic prepared by Samsung Business and published on Forbes.com.
One in 10 enterprises has at least one compromised mobile device accessing enterprise data, and more than half of enterprises have at least one mobile device that is not in compliance with corporate security policies, according to a report released Tuesday by enterprise mobility management firm MobileIron.
Samsung announced Friday that it is teaming with Thomson Reuters, a provider of information products to businesses, to develop business-to-business products targeted at the financial and legal markets.
A recent study that IDG Research Services conducted on behalf of mobile security firm Lookout will do little to ease those security concerns. In fact, 74 percent of 100 IT leaders polled said their company had experienced data breaches because of a mobile security issue.
Endpoint security firm Trustwave is expanding its presence in the mobile security space with the launch Wednesday of its new cloud-based Secure Mobility Platform. The platform is designed to protect and defend enterprise mobile devices, particularly those used for point-of-sale transactions.
Sauce Labs announced Tuesday that it is adding real mobile devices, including the iPhone 6 and Samsung Galaxy S5 devices, to its cloud-based app testing platform.