By Earl Wright, BandwidthAs communication technology evolves, unified communications and managed service providers are racing to stay one step ahead of your needs. A big piece of this is their ability to offer you a broader palate of communications services. Read More >>>
In today’s market of the all-encompassing cell phone it is no surprise that our mobile devices are not only tools for online banking and downloading favorite tunes, but also for staying healthy. A study by the Journal of the American College of Cardiology shows that maintaining or improving fitness is directly associated with lower risk for development of cardiovascular risk factors.
Global Business Intelligence (BI) vendor, Yellowfin, has launched a new HTML 5 application for Android devices, offering the same feel and functionality as its existing native applications for iPad and iPhone.
Those with green thumbs are using them to search through some useful new gardening apps that provide information on everything from seeds to seasons, from proper growing techniques to pest identification. Gardeners like the ability to access handy information without having to leave their rows of tomatoes or petunias, but there’s also the opportunity to show off what they’ve reaped and sown via the sharing features in the apps.
By Joe McKendrick, Author and Independent ResearcherIf you’ve been to any IT conference in the past two years, or picked up any analyst report, or read any trade journal, you can be forgiven for thinking that the entire world is being swept clean of traditional PCs by mobile devices. Read More >>>
with Kristen Lauria, IBM Mobile EnterpriseIn this interview, Kristen Lauria, VP of IBM Mobile Enterprise outlines ways in which IBM Mobile First works to provide companies with the essential tools to safely take advantage of the many opportunities being enabled by mobile today. Read More >>>
IT Briefcase Exclusive Interview: Keeping Mobile Devices Safe and Secure with Wayne P. DeCesaris, TangoeMarch 8, 2013 No Comments
with Wayne P. DeCesaris, Tangoe Inc.In this interview, Wayne DeCesaris from Tangoe outlines ways in which organizations can overcome the dangers that BYOD brings to the table, and offers expert advice as to how to keep your organization safe and secure. Read More >>>
with Toby Rush, EyeVerifyIn this interview, Toby Rush from EyeVerify stresses the importance of mobile device security, and emphasizes the value of biometrics as a next-generation security solution that every organization should consider. Read More >>>
Venture investors pouring money into big data and the mobile enterprise opportunities should find encouragement in a new study from Sierra Ventures.
By Dawn AltmanMobile technology isn’t just changing the personal lives of consumers. It’s also making a significant impact on their professional lives as their personal devices travel with them to the office. Read More >>>
IT Briefcase Exclusive Interview: Bracing for BYOD and Beyond with Ananth Vaidyanathan, ManageEngine, a division of Zoho Corp.February 25, 2013 No Comments
with Ananth Vaidyanathan, ManageEngineIn this interview, Ananth Vaidyanathan from ManageEngine discusses the ever growing role that Mobile is playing within businesses today, and emphasizes the value of efficient and reliable desktop and mobile device management software. Read More >>>
IT Briefcase Exclusive Interview: The Power of In-App Analytics with Phani Pandrangi, Kii CorporationFebruary 25, 2013 1 Comment
with Phani Pandrangii, Kii CorporationIn this interview, Phani Pandrangi from Kii Corporation outlines the advantages of being able to analyze data and deploy applications in the cloud. Read More >>>
HotSchedules, an award-winning provider of mobile and web-based employee scheduling, forecasting and paperless hiring solutions for the restaurant and hospitality industry, today announced it has been named “Technology Vendor of the Year” by Hard Rock International during the company’s annual Global Conference Awards dinner. HotSchedules was chosen for its technology that helps streamline employee scheduling processes for management teams, while improving flexibility for team members.MOBILE, News
Perfecto Mobile, the leading provider of cloud-based mobile application testing, automation and monitoring solutions for enterprise organizations, today announced a major enhancement to its application testing and monitoring solution for iOS devices.
T-Mobile is the first mobile telecommunications provider to have implemented a new remote authentication solution that utilises mobile telephones. For this, the world-renowned company has put its faith in the expertise of security experts from SecurEnvoy.
By Eran Kinsbruner, Perfecto MobileToday’s mobile market is extremely dynamic, complex and fragmented. This year alone, a large number of devices will be introduced, including open source operating systems that will inevitably further complicate the environment. Read More >>>
By Troy Fulton, Tangoe, Inc.Your employees want to use their own mobile devices and you are OK with that, but how do you ensure your company’s data is secure? When an employee has access to enterprise data, there is no way to know who else will too…Read More >>>
Privalia, the online leader in fashion “flash sales,” is working with IBM to boost its expanding online sales business through mobile and social channels to meet the dynamic needs of its 11-million digital consumer base. Privalia organizes online flash sales, a phenomena that offers personalized, limited-time offers to consumers at attractive prices.MOBILE, News, SOCIAL BUSINESS
ou could call Ian Sefferman’s initial rise to CEO of MobileDevHQ a bootstrap career move. Seeing the rapid growth of consumer interest in mobile apps, he jumped into an infant industry to learn what would push it forward. His interests fell on a gaping opportunity.
Japan’s Nikkei reported on Monday Apple began sharply reducing buying of liquid crystal displays about a month ago from suppliers like Japan Display Inc and Sharp Corp.
ecurEnvoy, the inventor of tokenless® authentication, today announced that it has partnered with PasswordBank to bring the leading tokenless two-factor authentication capabilities to the PasswordBank identity management offering. Customers will be able to access cloud solutions, such as Google Apps, Office365 and Salesforce.com, through PasswordBank’s single-sign-on platform, using SMS messages for two-factor authentication. This partnership delivers business-grade security, without requiring users to carry a physical token at all times.
Tangoe, Inc. (NASDAQ: TNGO), a leading global provider of Communications Lifecycle Management (CLM) software and related services, today announced the expansion of its Mobile Device Management (MDM) solution to include integrated mobile device containerization functionality. Tangoe’s mobile device containerization delivers a comprehensive smartphone and tablet solution addressing device usage, device and network access, and data and application security. This new, integrated functionality adds increased levels of support to enterprise mobility strategies by securing and managing devices and applications entering enterprise networks as a result of Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) adoption.
You don’t think it will ever happen to you, do you? Well, think again. With a laptop or tablet being stolen every 53 seconds you can literally lose your mobile device at any minute. Oh, and by the way, you’re losing a lot more than that precious device: sensitive company documents, passwords, credit card information, etc. So what are you doing to protect that phone/iPad/laptop? Apparently very little as only 4% of smartphones have Mobile Device Management security installed on them. Take a look at a few of the scary numbers and some ideas you could implement to protect your device and your precious content.
NVIDIA today introduced NVIDIA® Tegra® 4, the world’s fastest mobile processor, with record-setting performance and battery life to flawlessly power smartphones and tablets, gaming devices, auto infotainment and navigation systems, and PCs.
The mobile social network Path has come up with a social search system that’s more like a memory bank than an archive, allowing users the flexibility to search in many different ways. “Think of Facebook as Home Depot with long aisles to travel before reaching a pile of stuff, and Path as a local hardware store owned by the person who lives in the apartment above it,” said journalism professor Rich Hanley.
Diversinet Corp. (TSX Venture: DIV, OTCQB: DVNTF), a leader in secure mobile health that “Powers Care Coordination through Mobility,” today announced mobiHealth Wallet™, a secure, personalized virtual container for downloading, entering, managing and sharing personal health information.