Fiberlink President Chris Clark speaks out on his company being acquired, IBM's MobileFirst plans, customer reaction, and the EMM consolidation trend. News | SearchConsumerization.com
Smartphones and tablets are some of the most popular holiday gifts these days -- a trend that doesn't thrill some corporate IT departments.
Here's a look at five new smartphones and tablets that are making their way from Santa's sack... Feature | SearchConsumerization.com
First-gen smartwatches such as the Samsung Galaxy Gear haven't gotten the best reviews, but they also haven't set the wearable industry back. Opinion | SearchConsumerization.com
IBM is continuing to bolster its MobileFirst offerings with this week's acquisition of an industry leader in enterprise mobility management.
This is IBM bolting on the last,... News | SearchConsumerization.com
The first wave of BYOD featured employees carrying their own smartphones, tablets and laptops into the workplace. In the future, BYOD may be staring IT in the face -- literally.
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The number and types of devices touching the enterprise continue to proliferate, so a mobility assessment is the first step in preparing a comprehensive plan for mobile device management. E-Book | SearchConsumerization.com
Oracle's new mobile strategy centers on products not previously packaged as 'mobile,' and it isn't the first company to try this approach. News | SearchConsumerization.com
Samsung is expected to update its mobile application management software and hardware next week in an effort to provide a secure enterprise mobility... News | SearchConsumerization.com
BlackBerry's devices no longer hold the cachet they once had, and many organizations have embraced its competitors, but its server-side software may keep IT shops from replacing BlackBerry completely.
Many organizations that once depended... Opinion | SearchConsumerization.com
BlackBerry delivered more enterprise-centric hardware and software this week that may help the company retain existing customers, but whether it can win back lost customers remains to be seen.
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