Faced with years of advanced aerospace design and manufacturing intellectual property sitting in deteriorating computer rooms, Eclipse Aerospace turned to VCE Vblock™ Systems to...
The consumerization of IT and the popularity of BYOD (Bring Your Own Device) are jeopardizing the security and integrity of business data. Seeking an easy way to share files...
Secure file sharing, syncing and associated productivity requirements impose pressing technical and operational challenges on organizations. This document presents a checklist of...
The Mobile Surge - Swim Fast or Sink
Wake them up with mobile apps from ClickSoftware. Mobile Apps are the easiest way to get field engineers connected and in sync with everything going on around them.
This business paper discusses how organizations can leverage intelligent business apps that anticipate a mobile worker's needs, to drive efficiencies in the workforce and improve the user experience.
In this eGuide, InfoWorld along with sister publications CIO, CSO, and Computerworld examine the state of mobile app development and management in the enterprise.
The mobile market is expected to be worth $25 billion by 2015
When given the option, the majority (84 percent) of consumers would rather use a mobile app instead of calling a company call center for routine inquiries such as checking their balance, checking flight status and other tasks.
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As the workforce becomes increasingly mobile, IT needs to consider automated tools that provide proactive monitoring and desktop management and ensure compliance with IT policies. Check out this research note from IDC for guidance.
With the sudden influx of new, productivity-enhancing applications, even the most tethered of industries are anxious to go mobile or enhance their current mobile technology. HP's EliteBook business notebook portfolio is exactly what the doctor ordered for healthcare and other mobility-seeking environments.
The concept of working "any time and anywhere" has become popular. To support this concept, many organizations are adopting mobile solutions. As employees use these solutions, their expectations are increasing. This paper compares the Research In Motion BlackBerry solution with the Microsoft® mobile solution by analyzing features of the user experience and the administrator experience. Read about their findings.