IBM unveiled Thursday two initiatives that aim to revitalize the fan experience at sports venues through mobile and Web engagement.
More than one-quarter of companies will change how they use mobility when it comes to interacting with customers, predicted market research firm Forrester Research.
GSMA released a new study Tuesday that shows North America is the world leader in the adoption of new mobile technology like 4G and LTE networks, mobile commerce, Internet of Things and wearable devices.
A new survey of senior IT decision makers found that while 68 percent feel mobility is a critical driver for business success, only an average of 18 percent of IT budgets will be going toward mobile initiatives next year.
Only 17 percent of companies surveyed by VMware have pulled the trigger and mobilized at least one of their core business processes, according to VMware's Business Mobility Report released on Tuesday.
Enterprises are making application programming interfaces a "strategic priority" as they adapt to mobile, cloud and the Internet of Things, according to a survey of 300 IT decision makers by MuleSoft, a provider of an integration platform for enterprise software.
The top news stories for July 6, 2015.
Although I don't remember the first time I heard the term "unified communications," I'm certain it was at least a decade ago. It followed the VoIP trend and was hinted by vendors as being the next big thing in enterprise communications.
According to a survey by Randstad Technologies and IDG Research Services, more than three-fourths of IT managers have seen an increase in their organization's mobile/remote workforce as a result of the influx of millennial workers. In response, 60 percent plan to increase investments in mobile within the next year.
The top news stories for June 10, 2015.