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  • July 22, 2016 22 Jul'16

    IT preps for growth of video collaboration tools

    With video collaboration set to take off in the enterprise, IT departments will need to take precaution before adopting tools such as the new Microsoft Stream.

  • July 20, 2016 20 Jul'16

    'Struggling' IT leads to low spending on mobile app dev

    Businesses are struggling to modernize their processes because they can't figure out how to approach mobile app development, Gartner says.

  • July 18, 2016 18 Jul'16

    Oracle mobile app development tools put their stake in the market

    Oracle Mobile Cloud Service, designed to let developers build apps without writing code, has helped the software vendor catch up to enterprise mobility competitors.

  • July 15, 2016 15 Jul'16

    IT wrestles with mobile privacy, security concerns

    You can't hang a "Do not disturb" sign on a mobile device. But users want their privacy when it comes to working on smartphones and tablets. IT must figure out how to balance their personal privacy with the ability to secure corporate apps and data ...

  • July 15, 2016 15 Jul'16

    Application refactoring vendors Reddo, StarMobile closing

    With Reddo Mobility and StarMobile out, only a handful of application refactoring companies remain -- and they're ripe for acquisition.

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  • July 15, 2016 15 Jul'16

    Mobile privacy policy concerns complicate security

    Keep it secret, keep it safe -- that's what mobile users want for their personal data, even if it's on a work device. Enter the need for mobile device privacy policies in the workplace.

  • July 14, 2016 14 Jul'16

    Windows 10 elbows Android OS out of the enterprise

    HP Inc. and Dell discontinued most of their Android tablets, as the business world turns its attention to Windows 10 devices.

  • July 12, 2016 12 Jul'16

    The Android HTC 10 is a solid smartphone for work

    The best doesn't come cheap. At $699, the HTC 10 has a lot to offer, from impressive speakers to its rapid Quick Charge feature.

  • July 07, 2016 07 Jul'16

    Mobile data protection drives EMM market growth

    EMM adoption is on the rise, as customers seek out these platforms' data protection capabilities, such as remote wipe and file-level security.

  • July 06, 2016 06 Jul'16

    What EA learned about building successful mobile app infrastructure

    Find out what Electronic Arts learned from a failed effort and one successful strategy for deploying cloud infrastructure for mobile apps.

  • June 20, 2016 20 Jun'16

    Kinvey MBaaS tool helps apps access SAP back-end systems

    Enterprise developers can use a new mobile backend as a service offering to connect their applications to SAP back-end systems without as much hassle.

  • June 14, 2016 14 Jun'16

    Rapid mobile app development to 'unleash' enterprise dev

    Gartner analyst Jason Wong tells SearchMobileComputing that rapid mobile app development tools are a growing trend in the enterprise with many benefits for app dev.

  • June 14, 2016 14 Jun'16

    Hybrid devices stake their claim in the enterprise

    Two-in-one hybrid devices are making inroads in the enterprise where experts say they've evolved enough to replace laptops.

  • June 14, 2016 14 Jun'16

    VMware hops on board standalone mobile app management trend

    Standalone MAM is appealing to businesses because it allows IT to manage content on BYO devices without enrolling them in MDM. More vendors are going after this trend.

  • June 09, 2016 09 Jun'16

    Mobile forms help businesses go paper-free

    Businesses that modernize paper-based processes by adopting mobile forms see an uptick in efficiency and cost savings. But IT must ensure that form data is secure.

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