FierceCIO recently spoke with Cisco CIO Rebecca Jacoby for her take on the top trends in IT for 2014, and what she expects will dominate her thoughts in 2015.
There are ways for turning lemons into lemonade when it comes to BYOD program hurdles. Here are five recipes for success.
Online dating service eHarmony is marrying mobility and business intelligence to better serve its customers, explains an article at CIO magazine.
Mobility is one of the most disruptive technologies for business in decades. It is forcing businesses to rethink how they win, serve and retail customers, writes Forrester Research analyst Julie Ask.
Known for its products that help other companies implement mobility, Citrix has taken its mobility tools and used them internally in its Working Better By Design program.
Many smaller field services firms have yet to integrate mobility into their field services operations and applications.
The banking industry has embraced mobility in a big way in many foreign markets, including Turkey, where Garanti Bank pays for its customers to get mobile Internet access, and uses social media to attract and retain customers.
The top news stories for Oct. 30, 2014.
Call it a perfect storm of convergence: iOS, Microsoft Office 365, and Microsoft Enterprise Mobility Suite all coming together to drive the mobilization of Microsoft SharePoint. But is this a good thing?
A major mobile revolution could be underway in Silicon Valley that would shift the balance of power among technology vendors and even see the split of some businesses.