Wearables are better suited to a fast-paced workplace than smartphones, argues Jared Banyard, Android developer at Lua.
As wearables make their way into the workplace, IT departments must develop new BYOx policies that protect the company and its assets. Joe Siegrist offers advice on what such policies should include.
BYOD programs are pretty much entrenched in organizations now, but will bring-your-own-wearables be the next IT trend?
Check out the hottest mobile IT news for June 26, including the ever-growing wireless local area network market share, the Indian healthcare system's mobile prescription, how mobile banking measures up in Europe, the expected revenue for wearables this year and the surge in location-based search growth.
Check out the hottest mobile IT stories for June 12, including Oscar Meyer breaking into the social game, how a large portion of software developes are focusing on mobility, the latest trends in mobile for China, the expected growth of tablets in South Africa and what automakers are doing to merge their cars and wearables.
To tap into that growing enterprise wearables market, customer relationship management software giant Salesforce.com is launching Salesforce Wear, CRM software and developer tools for wearable devices.
The general public apparently doesn't have the same love affair with IoT that many in the industy do. In fact, new research shows that consumer privacy concerns may be the greatest hindrance to IoT development.
The top news stories for May 30, 2014.
Imagine a world in which wearable devices are connected by an open platform, and healthcare product manufacturers cooperate for the sake of improved health monitoring. Samsung does. Samsung envisions just such a reality, and in the very near future.
Check out the hottest mobile IT news for Wednesday, May 28 including the possibility of Apple using the iWatch to replace the iPod, the anger coming from Reddit on the $130 keyboard price for Surface Pro 3, increase of multifactor authentication thanks to increased use of smartphones, incorporating Facebook messenger into the world of real estate and the rise of the wearables market.