Enterprise Mobility Management (EMM) is an all-encompassing concept that goes beyond BYOD policies that are mainly aimed at employee-owned smartphones and tablets in the workplace. Driven by the evolution of wearable technology, EMM includes smart watches, glasses, shoes and even underpants--should it come to that.
The top news stories for July 16, 2014.
2014 is quickly shaping up to be the year of disruptive technogy, as confirmed by Deloitte's new report, "Inspiring Disruption".
Wearable devices are the latest disruption to the mobile ecosystem, raising new concerns for businesses around security, privacy and compliance.
The latest wave of wearable mobile technology is on the market, and what's on the market will inevitably try to make its way inside the doors of the enterprise. Organizations that have, until now, had little interaction between the CIO shop and the legal department could soon find the carpet wearing thin between the offices.
The introduction of mobile health hubs is boosting the telehealth market, lowering the cost of telehealth while increasing the overall value proposition, according to IHS Technology.
Himanshu Sareen offers advice to CIOs on steps they can take to make wearable technology work in their organization and make for a safer environment.
Juniper Research became the latest research firm to forecast an exploding wearable devices market, predicting that 130 million devices will ship by 2018, ten times higher than estimated this year.
A new sensor, designed to be one day embedded in tooth cavities, crowns, dentures and braces, is slated for an unveiling in September at the International Symposium on Wearable Computers.
Wearable technology is more than Google Glass. It also is more than a one way stream of data to the user. Most wearable technology could be streaming even more data back to the manufacturers--if people can stand it.