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IT Departments Are Lagging on BYOD Policies

While most U.S. workers use a personal mobile phone for work, the vast majority of organizations are failing to implement bring-your-own-device (BYOD) policies to set guidelines for such usage, according to a Read More >

Ten Amazing Facts about Wireless Tech

A seemingly insatiable demand for all things mobile continues to translate to immense growth for the wireless industry, according to recently released research from CTIA: The Wireless Association. The resulting survey reveals that U.S. carriers invested $32 billion in capital... Read More >

For Tech Companies, Disruption Is the New Normal

In an era of open platforms, connected services and APIs, better business decisions need to be made to fit the marketplace. Read More >

Thompson Electric Amps Up Internal Efficiency

An electrical contracting firm takes control of field services and internal processes through mobility and a specialized field app. Read More >

Four Oversights That Frustrate Online Customers

Understanding the customer journey and designing interfaces for specific devices and form factors makes the difference between keeping and losing a customer. Read More >

Staying True to Form

Form factors, specific device features and usage patterns are increasingly at the center of smart IT. Read More >

Is It Time for the Apple Watch?

In a world–and a business environment–filled with iPhones and iPads, it's obvious that the Apple Watch represents the next phase of mobility. Read More >

Getting Serious About Mobile Fingerprint Apps

Thanks to Apple, the fingerprint ID reader revolution has been both launched and delayed.  Read More >

Mobile, IoT Face More Complex Attacks in 2015

Mobile malware samples jumped 16% in the third quarter of 2014 compared to malware discovered in the second quarter, according to a new report. Year over year, mobile malware increased by 76%. Conducted by McAfee Labs, which is now part of Intel Security, the quarterly report is included in McAfee Labs' "2015 Threats Predictions.” The Read More >

Consumers Are Apathetic About Mobile Security

Users of Android and iOS mobile devices face a higher rate of fraud than the average consumer, primarily because they have poor password and security habits. Read More >

Five Ways to Maximize Enterprise Mobility

Mobile technology introduces new opportunities and challenges. CIOs must walk a fine line between enterprise requirements and the needs and desires of users. Read More >

The World Is Going Mobile

The ongoing collision between the business and consumer worlds—partly spurred by BYOD—will translate into radically different IT systems and infrastructure. Read More >

Innovation Is More Than a Buzzword

Becoming a digital company and projecting a digital image doesn't just happen. If you want to improve the customer experience, get your technology act together. Read More >

Drizly Takes a Spirited Approach to Mobile CRM

A high-profile Internet startup turns to mobile CRM and a retail partner network to deliver liquor, beer and wine to consumers located in nine U.S. cities. Read More >

How Mobility Transforms Enterprise Productivity

By now, nearly every CIO must appreciate how mobility and bring your own device adoption is ultimately good for their organizations, especially when it comes to increased employee productivity. For starters, employees in the field complete mission-critical tasks in real-time; they no longer gather information in one place, and then return to an office to transcribe what they learned on the... Read More >

Three Reasons to Revisit Your Tablet Strategy

The iPad and other tablets have the potential to transform employee collaboration and productivity in the enterprise. Here are three reasons to re-explore your organization's approach to tablets. Read More >

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 >

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