A majority of enterprises surveyed by Infonetics Research said that they are deploying mobile device security products in order to "effectively handle mobile application control and mixed personal and business use."
Los Alamos National Lab, known for its nuclear weapons research in the last century, is now investing bendable glass for use in mobile devices, according to a report by Computerworld.
There has been a sharp rise recently in the number of hotel searches on mobile devices. Yet, many hotels have not optimized their site for mobile devices or launched a mobile marketing strategy. Here are six tips for hotels to develop and implement a successful mobile strategy.
SAN FRANCISCO--Is there an enterprise security perimeter anymore? That was one of the questions tackled by a panel of CISOs and IT execs at the RSA Conference last week.
The worldwide mobile biometrics market is forecast by TechNavio to surge at a 157 percent compound annual growth rate through 2018, fueled by the increasing use of mobile devices for financial transactions.
Mobility can be a frustrating experience for employees and a security nightmare for enterprises, according to data compiled by Cisco.
The BYOD movement will continue to define the workplace in 2014, with small and medium-sized businesses embracing the practice in increasing numbers.
BYOD at healthcare organizations create special security challenges for IT departments. While doctors are demanding to use their smartphones and tablets to access patient data, federal regulations require strong security measures to keep patient data secure. Failure to comply could result in hefty fines.
Enterprises are rapidly moving ahead with development and deployment of a variety of mobile apps to make their mobile workers more productive, judging by the three stories in Wednesday's issue of FierceMobileIT.
California lawmakers introduced a bill that would require a "kill switch" for every mobile smartphone or tablet sold in the state.