As most chief information officers and IT professionals know, mobile devices are replacing PCs as the device of choice for their employees. In order to capitalize on this trend, while maintaining control of networks and data, enterprises need to develop mobility strategies.
The deployment of machine-to-machine communications technology is expected to speed enterprise mobility, according to a survey of IT decision maker by Harris Interactive on behalf of SAP
According to a report on Computerworld , an employee was left with a six-figure credit card bill after a software implementation allegedly went wrong.
Indian chief information officers will focus on enterprise mobility in the coming year, according to an annual survey of more than 180 CIOs conducted by Ernst & Young and India's CIO Klub.
Hackers broke into the Twitter account of the Associated Press news service this week, posting a fake message that triggered a stock-market reaction that saw $200 billion briefly erased from United States markets.
Samsung is delaying the release of its KNOX enterprise security platform until the summer, according to a report by the New York Times citing sources familiar with the company's plans.
Much has been written about the fragmentation of the Android operating system and the resulting vulnerability of Android smartphones, particularly compared to iPhones. When Google releases a security update, the code generally is modified by Android device manufacturers, then sent on to carriers, and finally made available to users. Or not.
The original September 2013 target for the release date of Java 8 is no longer possible, according to Mark Reinhold, chief architect of the Java platform group from Oracle.
The security model for CRM systems is more complicated than that of most other enterprise applications, largely because of the nature of the users and the high stakes the data plays in their lives. And although each CRM system has some unique security components, there are several general principles that can be applied to all of them.
A full 90 of workers in the United States use their personal smartphones at work, according to a survey conducted by Cisco's partner firms.