How wireless carriers, machine-to-machine connections and new devices affect corporate productivity.
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The vision Salesforce has for market-facing engagement is the right one: Tear down data, app, and user experience silos between marketing, sales, operations, and support. But does their cloud measure up to this vision yet?
On the eve of the next-generation iPad unveiling, Larry Dignan wagered that Apple's tablet would grow to become more of an enterprise device than a personal one. Readers were happy to take that bet.
Google can design pure Android all it wants but the reality is that managing a consistent user experience is a lot like herding cats given hardware partners all have their own overlays.
Google unveiled its brand new 6-inch phablet smartphone, and 9-inch tablet.
Google finally catches up with the rest of the smartphone space by offering its home-brew phablet, along with the next iteration of its tablet and Android operating system.
If you're serious about security, you can't afford to protect your business files and emails with just a password. Ed Bott explains how to use your smartphone to ensure that only you can get access.
French bank Groupe BPCE has announced that it will allow its customers to transfer money using tweets, signalling a move into new potential revenue streams for Twitter.
There are some outstanding smartphones available for the business user and in this article Matthew Miller identifies the best ones running iOS, Android, Windows Phone, and BlackBerry.
Samsung's Note line always sets the bar for Android specifications and after spending a week with the Note 4, Matthew Miller is about ready to visit his carrier store.
One in three mobile internet and one in seven voice calls attempted by commuter fail according to a survey.
The refreshed edition of the popular Asus Transformer Book T100 is now available in the US, with a unique feature.
A new iPad is on the way and with it will come new and improved features. But what consumers want from the new tablet and what they end up getting might not match up that well.
Intel is buying its way into the mobile market with subsidies to vendors, but that investment — on track to lose $4 billion in 2014 — is needed if it's going to threaten the ARM ecosystem.
After last year's enthusiasm, tablets are now facing a cooler reception from buyers faced with a far more complex choice of form factors.
Dimension Data has chosen Australia as the first market globally to see the rollout of its new enterprise mobility-as-a-service offering.