Any solution that opens up choice when it comes to my mobile platform at work is always great to see. Not just as it means you don't need to a be a techie to get your device working with corporate systems, but also you IT department would rather you didn't - for many good reasons.
Latest from Diarmuid Mallon
When it comes to communicating with organisations, consumers want a simple, convenient, fast and safe solution—one that doesn’t require them to download and keep track of one more app.
Is your company in the two-thirds that have only mobilised email, contact and calendar apps—nothing more? An interactive SAP website can help you identify and take the best next steps.
Here’s the road report on three new mobile ways to make travel smarter and more satisfying.
It’s clear from SMS usage data that we watched the World Cup with our mobiles in-hand.
We turned oodles of survey data into an award-winning interactive site that lets you click around to learn more about what kinds of mobile services consumers want.
In this blog I’ll share the four-step program to help telcos move up the enterprise mobility stack to higher value offerings that will allow them to tap into the opportunity.
We´ve all heard stories about sales reps pulling up real-time data on a tablet to close deals, or field technicians accessing instructions on a tablet while swinging from a telephone pole. But there´s a whole world of other ways mobile is changing how we work, live and play.
LTE/4G is set to make a much bigger impact than 3G did, and for so many reasons than you can shake a stick at.
Tap into a wealth of consumer data from mobile operators. SAP HANA powers a new service that safely and anonymously puts this data to work for business.