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Why You Should Buy the New iPhone

Recent research suggests that people who use high-tech devices like the new iPhone are perceived in the workplace as an innovative, tech-savvy leader. Read More >

Missing in Action: BYOD Security

Despite the prevalence of BYOD in the enterprise, many organizations act as if mobile device security is optional. Ditto for employee security training. Read More >

When an Employee Loses a Work Phone

Absolute Software's "2013 U.K. Mobile Enterprise Risk Survey Summary Report" focuses on the state of work phone policies and workers' views about their responsibilities regarding corporate data on mobile devices. The poll finds an "obvious disconnect" between employees' perceptions of data loss and the actual risk to their organizations. The Read More >

There's No App for That!

In today's post-PC world, the majority of devices are mobile, but many organizations lack a mobile strategy, let alone a mobile app for customers and clients. Read More >

What Today's Mobile Users Want

CIOs are emerging as leading voices—if not the top influencers—in determining how their companies should move forward with mobility initiatives. This includes, of course, collaborating with business-side colleagues to determine the right combination of technology and marketing strategies to "be where the customer is" with respect to consumer devices. But not all... Read More >

Five Ways to Maximize on Mobility

To stay ahead of the competition in our increasingly mobile-centric world, CIOs and business leaders need to improve their mobile products and services. Read More >

Arkansas Embraces a Mobile-First Approach

The State of Arkansas has launched an ambitious initiative to make mobility the centerpiece of its emerging business strategy. Read More >

The Future of Enterprise Mobility

A pair of mobility experts from 451 Research and Yankee Group talks about what's in store for the enterprise in terms of mobility trends and developments. Read More >

Are CIOs at Risk?

CIOs suffer from shorter tenures than many other senior executives. In today's business and IT environment, achieving career stability is no easy task. Read More >

Cyber-Attackers to Focus on Internet of Things in 2014: IT Experts

A number of IT security experts expect that attackers will increasingly focus on compromising embedded devices and consumer devices that make up the Internet of things. Read More >

Smartphone Addiction Reaching New Heights

Do you sometimes get the feeling that your smartphone owns you instead of the other way around? It's astonishing how that tiny screen commands an almost hypnotic effect upon society as a whole. And a recent survey report from LG Electronics reveals the extent to which Americans will go to keep pecking away at their device—frequently pulling... Read More >

Smartphone Usage Expected to Skyrocket

A new study by communications technology giant Ericsson forecasts that mobile phone subscriptions will reach 9.3 billion by 2019. Over 60 percent, or 5.6 billion subscriptions, will be for smartphones. Today, smartphones represent 25 to 30 percent of all mobile phone subscriptions, according to the report. In contrast, mobile PC, tablet and mobile router subscriptions are forecast to reach... Read More >

Smartglasses Come Into View

A newly released Gartner report highlights the enterprise’s growing adoption of smartglasses, especially among health-care professionals and field service workers. Read More >

BYOD Challenges IT Support, Network Capabilities

There's no stopping the bring your own device (BYOD) trend from winning over the enterprise. Although device costs should decline for IT because of the increased usage of personal devices in the workplace, it appears that managing all of those new devices will present a host of network challenges, according to a new study of... Read More >

Tablets: Popular But Not So Productive

Productivity is the most important metric for companies that want to improve their cost-effectiveness in the office. And for some IT decision-makers, investing in tablets would seem like a good way to increase productivity. But a new survey of 336 people from nonprofit benchmarking researcher Read More >

Mobile App Rollouts Stymied by Security, Costs Complexity: Study

The majority of CIOs know employees want access to company apps on mobile devices, but few feel able to delivery, according to a new report. Read More >

Nine Reasons Why the iPhone 5 Beats the Galaxy S4

There are only two smartphones available to consumers and enterprise customers that the majority of people care about: Apple's iPhone 5 and Samsung’s Galaxy S4. Although other firms, such as BlackBerry, HTC and LG, are competing in the mobile space with their own devices, it's only Apple and Samsung smartphones that the average corporate employee is currently interested in. Both firms... Read More >

An Inside View of the State of BYOD

In the land of the enterprise, there is one trend that CIOs, no matter how hard they try, simply can't sidestep: Bring your own device, or BYOD. At a shockingly rapid rate, companies around the globe are letting their employees to bring their own devices to the office. What's more, those smartphones, tablets and laptops are being used for all types of corporate functions, including checking... Read More >

Jaguar Launches Virtual Shopping Experience

The Jaguar Land Rover Virtual Experience demonstrates how the physical and digital worlds are merging to reshape the consumer shopping experience. Read More >

Nine Reasons Why the Enterprise Loves the iPad

Apple has been a quandary for some in the technology industry. On one hand, the company's products are ideal for consumers who want (and can afford) elegant, intuitive and easy-to-use devices. On the other hand, Apple has frequently said that it wants to appeal to all customers, including the enterprise, but its policies, products and services over the years, however, haven't consistently... Read More >

11 Best Practices For BYOD

As previously reported, six of ten mobile workers are using a personal smartphone for business purposes. In fact, the average mobile employee uses nearly three personal devices to do their job. Because three of four organizations allow for some form of BYOD policy, it's up to CIOs to make sure that internal users can perform their duties without compromising any company data or disrupting... Read More >

With BYOD, Enterprise Matches Device to Employee

Maybe we should refer to this latest IT development as "Dr. Mobile or: How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love BYOD." Enterprises are undergoing a major cultural shift when it comes to bring your own device (BYOD) adoption, according to Read More >

BYOD Emerges as 'New Normal' for Mobile Generation

CIOs and their IT teams are spending less time managing company-distributed hardware and more time attempting to navigate the ever-rising surge of Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) popularity, according to a new international survey from iPass. Very few workers feel that personal mobile products should not be used on the job,... Read More >

When to Upgrade Your Network

The CIOs of the San Francisco Giants and Omnicom's Diversified Agency Services share what they are learned about when to upgrade a network. Read More >

How Smart Companies Manage BYOD

When done right, BYOD can trim costs, reduce tech support, enhance collaboration and connectedness, and create real-time customer interactions. Read More >

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