Mobility is a part of nearly all technology discussions these days, but at Mobile World Congress 2014, it is the focus.
More than 70,000 attendees have gathered in Barcelona to hear and dissect all the MWC news from enterprise mobility management vendors, mobile device manufacturers and other major players in the market.
If you couldn't make it to MWC 2014, we've got you covered. Our on-site staff will bring you the latest IT-focused MWC news, analysis and more. The conference takes place Feb. 24-27.
MWC news for IT pros
Check out news about enterprise mobility management and other areas of interest for IT.
Microsoft has added classic features to the Windows 8.1 updates, with more usability for non-touch Windows 8 devices and improved compatibility for legacy Internet Explorer 8 enterprise apps. Continue Reading
BlackBerry enterprise devices and services were in focus with this week's introduction of the Q20 smartphone and BES 12 platform, but ex-customers are skeptical with regard to whether strategy will work. Continue Reading
Enterprise mobility management consolidation continues with Good Technology's acquisition of BoxTone this week, and more financial backing for smaller companies could create advances in mobile IT. Continue Reading
Samsung is expected to update Knox at MWC. Deployment, simplicity and availability are areas to be addressed, but will the changes be enough to elbow BlackBerry out of the enterprise? Continue Reading
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New devices at MWC 2014
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MWC 2014 buzzwords
Learn definitions of top terms talked about at MWC 2014.