by Rick DelGado, Independent Author Over 50% of Americans now use smartphones, with that number expected to rise in years to come. As such, businesses around the world are looking for a way to use these statistics to their advantage. Read More >>>
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Agile Optical Networking enables IT and telecom service providers alike to conquer these challenges and accelerate delivery of cloud, mobile broadband and video-intensive services.
IT Briefcase Exclusive Interview: The “Glue” That Holds Modern Systems Together with Mac McConnell, BonitasoftNovember 21, 2013 No Comments
with Mac McConnell, BonitaSoftIn this interview, Mac McConnell from Bonitasoft offers expert advice for organizations looking to overcome data management and data integration challenges, and accentuates the value of BPM and SOA within this equation.Read More >>>
with Siamak Farah, InfoStreetWe live in very exciting times. Wave after wave of technological innovations are changing our lives on a daily basis. Often, we don’t notice the change until we are swept up by it. For instance, who amongst us would have said that they would use a tablet even as recent as 10 years ago? Read More >>>
In this article, CEOs from four Scandinavian high tech companies offer their predictions for 2014.
With James Donelan, MulesoftIn the interview below, James Donelan from Mulesoft accentuates the value of open source solutions, and outlines ways in which organizations today can achieve a competitive advantage by connecting and automating their business processes across applications and data sources. Read More >>>
Most computer experts agree that the phenomenon BYOD (bring your own device) is the tendency for the most important mobility for today’s businesses. However, the consumerization is a combination of personal use or professional use – and terminals designed exclusively for consumers do not contain any integrated protection against leakage of business data through personal channels.
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Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) is one of the most important trends in the recent history of the computer. According to Gartner, 70% of mobile professionals will perform their work on intelligent personal devices by 2018.
There are a dozen of different MDM platforms on the market. If you are in the early stages of choosing your solution or if you plan to change suppliers, here are seven essential questions to ask and the answers offered by BlackBerry® to each of them.
Recent public and embarrassing web site crashes of Amazon, Groupon and even Google accentuates the need to take web and mobile performance more seriously. Unresponsive web sites and mobile applications is comparable to a physical shop throwing out its customers and locking its doors. Luckily, there are ways to minimize the risk of slow response times and site crashes. Web performance expert Sven Hammar, CEO of Apica, tells you how.
By Jason Sommerset, BandwidthThose that don’t learn from the past are fated to repeat it. Over-the-Top (OTT) communications providers like WhatsApp are presented as representative of telecom’s bright, shiny future. But they have a ways to go before they can truly replace the established incumbents. Read More >>>
with Bill Ho, Biscom While access via laptops is common and many companies have established use policies for them, the mobile device space is much less mature. Concerns about lost devices, embedded encryption, containerization, secure communications, and even malware disguised as apps are growing. Read More >>>
with Padmini Ranganathan and , SAPIn this interview, Jerome Feltracco and Padmini Ranganathan from SAP outline key changes in data management, and offer expert advice for businesses looking to integrate and analyze company data to increase overall business value. Read More >>>
By Kurt Hagerman, FireHostWhen it comes to compliance, many businesses treat it as nothing more than a checkbox they need to complete. This can be especially true of healthcare, finance and ecommerce businesses; as long as they meet the minimum Payment Card Industry (PCI) or HIPAA standards, they reason they’re safe. Read More >>>
By Dan Tully, Conduit SystemsPersonal cloud services are convenient, inexpensive, and always available. They also have the potential to wreak havoc on the enterprise in ways we’ve never seen before. Simply stated? Houston, we have a problem. Read More >>>
RF Code, the world’s leading real time asset management and environmental monitoring provider, today has released a powerful new upgraded version of their open architecture asset management software application, Asset Manager Mobile. A key component to their fully automated end-to-end asset and environmental management solutions, this new platform extends the reach of data center management control with its mobile device app for iPad®, tablets and smartphones and its new live, interactive desktop graphing and charting capabilities.
The most anticipated document in the history of the booming field of mobile health should be here any day. The Mobile Medical Applications Guidance we’ve been waiting on for the past year could be published any day. Or maybe it won’t be. There is a fierce battle going on over the release of the guidance and anticipation grows every day that it is not released.
by Daniel Rudich, TangoeWhile organizations are benefitting from the explosive use of mobile technology, there are also complications that come along with employees bringing their own devices into the workforce, as these devices require access to corporate systems. Read More >>>
Ipswitch File Transfer, chosen by thousands of companies to manage their file transfers, today announced the release of MOVEit™ 8.0 – a software package that, for the first time, enables mobile workers to reliably and productively transfer files as part of key business processes, while providing IT the security, visibility and control required to confidently conduct business.
IT Briefcase Exclusive Interview: Maximizing Enterprise Workflow in a Mobile World with Tom Bakewell, Good TechnologySeptember 9, 2013 No Comments
by Thomas Bakewell, Good TechnologyIn the interview below, Thomas Bakewell from Good Technology discusses Mobile IT in respect to the current Big Data revolution, and offers expert advice for organizations looking to create application workflows that are inherently secure. Read More >>>
by Kelly Ricker, CompTIAThe IT channel has seen unprecedented disruption over the past few years. Surging enterprise demand for cloud solutions, mobility and business intelligence has left channel firms with a blunt choice: evolve with your clients’ desires or risk obsolescence. Read More >>>
By Patrick Burke, Rackspace Mobile technology that enables federal employees to connect to work remotely can produce substantial productivity gains for government agencies, but progress has been slowed by an aging IT infrastructure, according to a new survey of federal managers. Read More >>>
Ten years ago, the smartphone was in infancy, tablet computers as they are today did not exist, and most business was conducted in person or in ways that seem tedious today. The access to business information and applications through mobile devices has grown exponentially, and there is no sign that this will stop. Apple’s iPhone and iPad running iOS and smartphones running Google Android are dominating the mobile business market, due to their flexibility and ease-of-use.
By Patrick Burke, RackspaceMobile security vendors are innovating to address mobile threats in ways that are almost completely different from security software found on most desktops and laptop systems. Read More >>>