Don't-Miss Business Mobility Stories
Apple and IBM are combining design and data analysis to create a new suite of enterprise tools for every industry from air travel to government.
The initial offerings will target banking, government, retail and three other sectors.
The certification may help Samsung establish itself as a serious player in secured devices
A new ad format lets businesses target users by geographic radius
A new survey from BitDefender shows that more and more people use their own mobile devices for work, but the security measures to protect work-related data lag far behind the BYOD trend.
The sandwich chain will roll out contactless payments at 26,000 restaurants
Dell's virtual smartphone will provide an alternative Samsung's Knox and other apps that provide a digital lockbox for storing sensitive corporate information an employee's personal phone.
Citrix ShareConnect enables users to access, view, and edit files from their desktop PCs from an iPad or Android tablet while on the go.
The latest Mobility Index Report from Good Technology reveals trends in how businesses are adopting and deploying mobile devices and apps.
How does Amazon figure to stand out in a market where so many mobile payment players are already going head to head? By offering a promotional rate on transactions as it enters the U.S. market.
You probably didn't know you needed a color-coded goal manager or a dedicated email tracker. But once you try these apps, you'll wonder how you ever lived without them.
Times have changed since Apple's '1984' commercial bashing IBM.
A new study from Aruba Networks highlights some of the trends and challenges IT professionals face as they try to keep up with the pace of mobility.