Apperian announced Wednesday that it was awarded a U.S. patent for its Dynamic Policy Engine, which allows IT and app administrators to add security, identity and management policies to apps without requiring software development kits or code modification.
Secure email ProtonMail is adding Apple's TouchID so that iPhone users can use their fingerprint instead of passwords. The TouchID feature is included Proton Mail iOS v1.2.3, which was released in the Apple App Store this week.
Microsoft is beefing up its document-sharing platform SharePoint to steal some spotlight away from collaboration platform companies like Slack and Box, and will be introducing iOS, Android and Windows 10 Mobile apps, according to an article at The Wall Street Journal.
BlackBerry made its BBM Video feature available to Android and iOS users in the U.S. and Canada less than one week after it announced a beta version solely for Android users, and this reporter took it for a spin.
Digital publishing company Issuu is launching a collaboration platform called Collaborate to enable teams to work better together creating content, reported TechCrunch.
Okta, a startup known for its two-factor authentication and secure identity technology, is putting a special focus on its mobile capabilities for its Verify product as it pushed out updates Monday.
Most companies are planning the same or increased funding for mobility initiatives in order to provide greater flexibility for workers and to increase their productivity and satisfaction.
Enterprise application giant SAP announced this week the launch of the SAP Business One Sales mobile app, leveraging the SAP HANA platform.
It's true. Virtual reality used for gaming is a way sexier topic than enterprise augmented reality, as demonstrated by the countless gaming VR headlines scattered throughout every tech publication on the Internet. However, enterprise AR is the tech really bringing home the bacon, according to ABI Research.
Companies that are mobile "pioneers" have greater employee productivity, creativity, satisfaction and loyalty than firms that are mobile laggards, according to a poll of 1,865 employees by the Economist Intelligence Unit on behalf of HPE's wireless network unit Aruba.