We venture into the heart of the smartphones war to see where each platform stands today with our brand new infographic.
As Apple, Android and Windows battle for mobile supremacy in the enterprise, we take an in-depth look at who can win the battle and rule the mobile realm.
With an estimated 58% of enterprises worldwide using Apple mobile devices and 62% of businesses preferring professional apps offered on iOS, Apple has emerged as the leader of the move towards mobile enterprise technology.
Touted as the most significant release since the iPhone, iOS 7 has made waves in the enterprise. We look back at one of our most popular webinars from 2013 and go into the enterprise features that have helped make Apple's mobile devices a more accepted option in our BYOD world.
Out of over 30 webinars in 2013, ranging from getting started with BYOD to managing newly released devices and more, we've narrowed down our list to the five most watched of last year! These webinars are definitelty a must watch to anyone who might've missed one.
Sure Google Glass has some problems in functionality and design, but that’s today. Instead of simply writing off this technology I would like to play an optimistic game of “what if” to imagine what Google Glass could be.
When new smartphones and tablets hit the market, we are curious to learn what new features they bring to the table. In general, what makes an iPhone different from an Android phone or tablet is what makes each great in its own way. Adjustments to size, speed, and user interface can work in different users' favor depending on their lifestyle habits or more recently, their profession.
In round one, we broke the two tablets out of their boxes and shared our initial impressions. In round two, our contenders showed us what they were made of as we cross-compared their tech specs. In round three, you learned what it would be like to use each of these tablets at home or the workplace. Now for the round you came to see: IT management capabilities! (if you haven't already, I highly recommend you watch a recording of the event here)
This Fall we have seen a couple of new announcements in the smartphone market – iOS 5, iPhone 4S, Motorola Droid Razr, Samsung Galaxy Nexus and now Windows Phone 7.5. Microsoft Windows Phone 7.5, an update to Windows Phone 7, addresses the major shortcomings of its predecessor and is fast becoming a popular alternative to many iOS and Android devices.
Just five years ago, probably even two, it was more than likely that the mobile phone you had for work was a BlackBerry smartphone from Research In Motion.
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