Android's latest OS brings forth increased performance, improved aesthetics, an effort to curb fragmentation, and intriguing productivity upgrades with KitKat.
With Google Glass and smartwatches leading the charge, how long will it be before wearable tech comes to your workplace?
With the dust now settled, we all have an extra glimpse into how enterprise mobility will be transformed when iOS 7 begins entering the workplace next week.
By wrapping security protocols around the 4.2.2 Multiple-User functionality, Android just took another step towards being as attractive for the suits and ties set as it is for shorts and sneakers users.
The dust has settled from Apple’s World Wide Developers Conference (WWDC) and now begins the waiting game…sort of. As with any new OS release, businesses can only wait so long to see how new feature sets will and will not mesh with corporate systems.
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Learn how web browsing habits are changing among BYODers in the enterprise and why a strategy shift may be in order to accommodate for this change.
Learn how iPhones, iPads and other smart devices have factored into successes in manufacturing by maximizing efficiency and minimizing costs.
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