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  • April 15, 2016 15 Apr'16

    Mobile compliance gets back-end support from Google, Kinvey

    Mobile backend as a service provider Kinvey's new HIPAA-compliant offering, which runs on the Google Cloud Platform, tackles the problems of free-flowing mobile data.

  • April 14, 2016 14 Apr'16

    IBM and Amazon have mobile momentum

    As some of the top tech companies in the world continue to work together—and compete against each other—opportunities for mobile developers will flourish. IBM and Amazon are among the major ...

  • April 12, 2016 12 Apr'16

    Mobile microchip technology plays a major role in the future

    Mobile devices are nothing without powerful chips. Advances in the semiconductor industry will be critical to pushing smartphone innovation forward.

  • April 12, 2016 12 Apr'16

    Bring IT infrastructure admins along for the mobile ride

    Organizations need the right infrastructure to support mobility. The IT admins in charge of those systems isn't always ready (or willing) to help.

  • April 12, 2016 12 Apr'16

    IBM mobility gets serious with two developing partnerships

    Two major partnerships show Big Blue is all in on enterprise mobility. One brings Apple's Swift language into cloud app development, and the other promotes management standards.

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  • April 12, 2016 12 Apr'16

    App dev tools strengthen Amazon mobility market play

    Other vendors get more attention, but Amazon has quietly built a large portfolio of enterprise mobility services. This issue’s cover story looks at how the cloud-computing giant could make waves with its management, data synchronization and app ...

  • April 06, 2016 06 Apr'16

    Why BlackBerry won't save its hardware business

    BlackBerry's phone business is struggling, and with a make-or-break deadline looming, history is not on the company's side. BlackBerry sold about 600,000 phones in the quarter ending Feb. 29, and ...

  • April 06, 2016 06 Apr'16

    Apple-IBM partnership thrives on iOS app design

    Apple has taken IBM's mobility strategy to the next level, says Big Blue exec Phil Buckellew. He explains how Apple's Swift language and IBM Watson factor into the partnership.

  • April 04, 2016 04 Apr'16

    IT credentials must meet demand of 'mobility zealots'

    More mobile administrators are seeking IT certifications to show off their expertise. Security is a critical part of learning the ins and outs of enterprise mobility.

  • March 31, 2016 31 Mar'16

    Kinvey, Kony bring enterprise mobile app development, analytics tools

    Updates to Kony's enterprise mobile app development platform can help IT build mobile apps quickly and easily, and a new mobile analytics tool from Kinvey helps admins keep tabs on app performance.

  • March 29, 2016 29 Mar'16

    Citrix has abandoned Dynamic Containerization for public apps

    Remember last year's Citrix Synergy, where Citrix previewed new technology that could containerize any mobile app on the fly? It really got people talking. Typically, developers have to build ...

  • March 25, 2016 25 Mar'16

    IT welcomes common mobile application management features

    Developing apps based on native, OS-level mobile application management features is a step in the right direction toward standardizing the technology.

  • March 24, 2016 24 Mar'16

    Virtual reality devices are the next generation of computing, IDC says

    BOSTON -- When evaluating wearables, IT can't leave out augmented and virtual reality devices, which are poised to have a major effect on the enterprise. The wearables market overall will see ...

  • March 24, 2016 24 Mar'16

    Apple wants the new 9.7-inch iPad Pro to replace PCs, but businesses don't

    Apple's really pushing the idea that the iPad Pro can replace a PC, but not everyone is on board -- especially in the business world. At this week's launch of the new 9.7-inch iPad Pro, Apple noted ...

  • March 22, 2016 22 Mar'16

    Smaller iPhone SE has 'compelling' business use cases

    Apple's smaller iPhone SE will have a role in the business world. Experts debate whether the 9.7-inch iPad Pro can replace a Windows PC, however.

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