Although fighting to gain traction in North America, Windows Phones are outperforming the competition in Europe.
Today marks the first time that Google Glass is available to the public. Does that mean you should expect the devices in your office soon?
As data goes mobile, so do the security risks. See how retailers can utilize mobile enterprise gateways to ensure the digital shopping experience is a secure one.
With an explosion in popularity expected over the next four years, we take a look at what role wearable technology will play in the future enterprise.
Like smartphones and tablets before them, wearable technology represents the next evolution of BYOD. Is your organization prepared with a Wear Your Own Device policy?
Healthcare, financial services and retail are just a few of the industries that could benefit as Tactus works to remove the virtual and physical divide.
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?
While the physical keyboard has gone the way of the dinosaur, the other benefits offered by the BlackBerry experience —like native OS security and isolation of corporate data—have taken exponential leaps forward with iOS 7 and Mobile Device Management (MDM) solutions.
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.
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