Check out the hottest mobile IT news for August 11, including the plans some chip makers have to make their products more secure, some fresh ideas in the mobile marketing space, whether Britain's mobile infrastructure is inherently flawed, T-Mobile's step to help unlock their phones and the airports with the best mobile networks.
The top news stories for August 7, 2014.
Things are definitely picking up in the IT job market, according to several recent forecasts, and IT workers are increasingly going mobile to find new opportunities.
It's no secret that the mobile market is transforming the enterprise. Here are 10 things that CIOs need to know to master enterprise mobility.
By all accounts, destop virtualization is a very good thing for your employees, enabling them to access the information they need and to work from any device, anytime, anywhere, write Carl Hugener and Michael Farley.
Mobility is an integral part of digital transformations being undertaken by enterprises this year, finds a survey by Altimeter Group.
Despite all the warnings in the tech media about Bring-Your-Own-Device, or BYOD, security risks, a minority of organizations have implemented policies or processes to address BYOD, a new study finds.
Security worries continue to hold enterprises back from embracing mobility, according to a survey of 3,500 IT decision makers in 15 countries by Wakefield Research and commissioned by HP.
When it comes to investments in and satisfaction with mobile adoption, the Brits lead the world.
Mobile broadband is driving mobile service revenue and will be the main telecom growth engine worldwide.