Are you pulling your hair out over poor mobile service coverage at work? You are certainly not alone.
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.
Sponsored data programs are funding mobile data use in emerging markets, including BYOD programs at companies in those regions, according to market research firm Strategy Analytics.
Powered by the LG Wearables Platform and equipped with a high-speed cellular connection, the LG Watch Urbane LTE could be the smartwatch that enterprises have been waiting for
Janam Technologies, a provider of rugged mobile devices for industry, has teamed with T-Mobile distributor One Shop Wireless to offer business customers a complete mobile solution "in a box."
BYOD users are accustomed to ubiquitous connectivity at home and in public places. When these users come into work, they expect the same level of connectivity, but they often find that it is inferior to those other venues.
The more Internet of Things devices are connected through networks, the more entry points there will be for dangerous elements. If IoT is to flourish safely and securely, the private and public sector must work in concert to create a regulated yet creative environment, according to a panel at the Federal Mobile Computing Summit.
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.
Beacons are all the rage for large indoor and outdoor venues. But they are also making their way into the enterprise, according to Baseline Magazine article by contributor Mike Elgan.
Businesses will account for 15 percent of global mobile data traffic by 2019, which is forecast to reach 292 exabytes per year, up from 30 exabytes per year in 2014, according to Cisco's VNI Global Mobile Data Traffic Forecast 2014-2019.