HP is rolling out a new partner ecosystem that will leverage each company's respective strengths to help businesses build and integrate end-to-end mobile solutions that bridge the gap between consumer and enterprise experiences.
AT&T Mobility unveiled an enterprise-focused application programming interface program enabling customers, wholesale collaborators and solution providers to leverage the operator's network capabilities to create and deploy new mobile applications.
The number of large enterprises launching their own app mobile stores is on pace to grow at double-digit rates through 2018, according to a new ABI Research forecast.
AT&T is working to make more of its API catalog available to enterprises so that business customers can then develop products and capabilities that will benefit their customers. This new API initiative will be unveiled in early 2014.
IBM, Accenture, and Infosys are the leading providers of enterprise mobility services, according to "The Forrester Wave: Enterprise Mobility Services, Q1 2013" report.
Microsoft's Windows Phone has passed BlackBerry to become the third most popular smartphone platform in the U.S., behind Android and iOS, according to the latest stats from Strategy Analytics.
Spain's Telefonica on Thursday launched its first ever United States-based channel partner program providing U.S. resellers and partners the ability offer machine-to-machine communications and cloud-based services to U.S. enterprises.
Hoping to capture workers' interest in mobile business apps, mobile device management provider Good Technology has unveiled seven additional third-party mobile enterprise apps.
SAN DIEGO--Business and enterprise apps are quickly becoming the fastest growing app category in application storefronts, with an overwhelming 80 percent of Fortune 500 companies planning to implement their own apps by then end of 2012, reported enterprise software provider SAP. In particular, apps that pave the way for new mobile commerce initiates are gaining traction.
The consumerization of IT is prompting the merger of two previously distinct markets--mobile device management and mobile application management software--into one $444.6 million mobile enterprise management software market.