Bring your own device means workers are dictating hardware choices.
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The sheer proliferation of new online devices and digital consumer channels is pushing leading-edge companies to rethink how they connect with and engage their customers. Here's how an integrated portfolio of technologies including self-service mobile apps, customer communities, and open product development is reshaping today's customer journey.
Quick-use apps for workflow approvals, information searches, self-service tasks and more from your daily office grind.
The market for wearable electronics will more than triple in the next five years, according to a new report. And it's coming to an enterprise near you.
Market opportunities for biometric mobile authentication is opening up amid the BYOD push, and some startups are hoping their software offerings will be the tipping point for mass adoption.
The NSW government's shared IT services department has begun looking for contractors that could provide and manage a fleet of mobile devices across the government, as well as standardise its WAN services.
Samsung is reporting an operating profit of 8.78 trillion won and revenues of 52.87 trillion won for its first quarter, which was boosted by strong sales in its Galaxy S3 and Note 2 mobile devices.
Executives from Fujitsu, VeriSign and BlackBerry discuss the business impact of the "bring your own device" trend at the Bloomberg Enterprise Technology Summit.
Despite missing the outlook, eBay is looking more solid by the quarter with a focused strategy on mobile and back-end payments infrastructures.
Networking giant's new Asia-Pacific headquarters in Singapore embarks on a 100 percent mobile workforce, which it hopes will better attract and retain employees and drive in-house innovation.
Costs incurred from supporting software redesign to cater to heavy duty processing power needs are one of the biggest issues to consider when shifting the sale and delivery of products to SaaS instead of on-premise.
Ailing Japanese manufacturer has gotten its creditors' approval to offer stocks to generate 100 billion yen, after initial concerns such a move would dilute the value of existing shares.
Small-footprint 'specialty' stores in malls and shopping centers are a new, key focus for Microsoft with its retail-store push.
Zuora argues that the problem with paywalls is that the focus is on the advertisers -- not the consumers.
With new innovations popping up each day, it's hard to tell which gadget in your house may have an adverse impact on your health or on the environment around you.
Braintree is adding another service to its Venmo portfolio to enable merchants to make immediate, automatic payments to service providers.