Just as enterprises are starting to get a firm handle on mobile device management, they are looking ahead to a new set of devices that could throw IT into chaos if not properly managed. More pervasive and numerous than smartphones or tablets, companies must plan now for the influx of Internet of Things devices.
Given mobile's importance to big data, it's important to note developments along those lines. Mobile World Congress (MWC) is a good place to get an idea of what's up in that department. Ovum, a global technology research and advisory firm, managed to glean a few trends.
Samsung unveiled its Galaxy S5 and the second version of its Knox mobile security platform at the Mobile World Congress as part of an effort to gain a greater share of the enterprise mobility market--a market left open by BlackBerry's stumbles.
While everyone at this year's Mobile World Congress in Barcelona is excited about the many new opportunities for monetizing customer data, growing customer mistrust is dampening hopes that such will be sustainable. Plans are underway to build consumer trust again.
Big data is expected to play a major role in the coming years.
Despite the impending arrival of the iPad 3, tablet manufacturers have blitzed visitors to Mobile World Conference 2012 in Barcelona, Spain with vast numbers of new tablet devices. In fact, the