Employees and consumers are becoming increasingly dependent on mobile devices and apps. As a result, companies need ensure a quality mobile user experience across their portfolio of mobile apps, observed Mike Marks, chief product evangelist at Aternity. In this contributed article, Marks argues that a unified approach to mobile end-user experience monitoring is the best way for enterprises to ensure a quality user experience.
Microsoft released on Monday updates to its Skype apps for iPhone and iPad, with new shortcuts to detected data and improved multitasking capabilities, reported AppleInsider.
While the augmented reaily market is just starting to take off, ABI Research predicts that it will pass virtual reality in terms of market value, reaching $100 billion by 2020, or a compound annual growth rate of 73 percent from 2015 to 2020.
Videoconferencing provider Vidyo and cloud-based unified communications firm Mitel announced Thursday a global expansion of their partnership to deliver high-definition video conferencing capabilities, including over mobile devices, to the enterprise.
IBM unveiled Thursday two initiatives that aim to revitalize the fan experience at sports venues through mobile and Web engagement.
APX Labs – a company known for Skylight, its smartglasses platform for enterprises – just added $13 million to its pockets after its latest funding round.
Microsoft released its latest Windows 10 Mobile preview build for testers this week as the release date of the Lumia 950 and 950XL, which will run on the OS, inches ever closer. Whether the company is wrapping up its preparations and readying a full release remains unclear, though some think this version could be the final product.
Companies are increasingly using messaging for employee notifications, such as IT system outage alerts and emergency bulletins, explained Steve French, vice president of global product management and marketing with OpenMarket, a division of telecom software and services provider Amdocs.
Hewlett Packard Enterprise and Intel have agreed to collaborate on Internet of Things products for the enterprise.
Two-thirds of hospitals and other healthcare providers are using remote patient monitoring as part of their medical treatment program for chronically ill patients, according to a recent survey of healthcare organizations by mobile consultancy Spyglass Consulting Group.