Sprint took heat from Twitters users this week for installing mobile device management software on a personal iPhone purchased by Sprint customer Johnny Kim, apparently without his permission, reported CSO's Steve Ragan.
Despite recent complaints about the impact of mobile technology on work/life balance, a new survey commissioned by Sprint found that 44 percent of respondents said that believe that being constantly connected to their work via their mobile device has made life less stressful, not more.
When Sprint wanted to automate its server provisioning in the cloud, the difficult part wasn't in using the automation technologies themselves. Instead, according to a blog post by Chris Saunderson, program manager and lead architect for IT automation at Sprint Nextel, the hard part was changing people and matching them to new processes.
Sprint is updating its Command Center connected device management platform to add device provisioning, billing and management features.
Sprint has been fined $15.5 million by the feds for overcharging law enforcement agencies for wiretaps and other eavesdropping techniques, reported RCR Wireless.
Sprint has launched an enterprise platform for small- and mid-sized businesses designed to provide connectivity for mobile workers for $200 per user, per month.
BlackBerry on Monday announced at Mobile World Congress that it will launch a cloud version of its popular BlackBerry Enterprise Services 12 enterprise mobility management platform later this month.
Carrier-grade Wi-Fi calling services could transform enterprise communications by eliminating the need for traditional wired phones, said David Callisch, vice president of corporate marketing at Ruckus Wireless.
The top news stories for Oct. 21, 2014.
Enterprises are being pushed into BYOD because of employee dissatisfaction with technology provided by IT at work.