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  • January 10, 2017 10 Jan'17

    Bell and Howell integrates SAP back end with iOS app via Kinvey

    Bell and Howell's implementation of Kinvey is a winner in the Modern Mobility Innovation Awards. The company needed strong integration with its SAP database to deliver a mobile app to service technicians.

  • January 05, 2017 05 Jan'17

    Mobile app management vendor Apperian faces acquisition

    On the heels of its CEO's departure, mobile application management pioneer Apperian says it will announce its acquisition next week. But who's buying?

  • December 27, 2016 27 Dec'16

    Three top mobile trends for IT to look for in 2017

    IT shops need to stay on top of the latest mobile advancements, but which are the most crucial to the enterprise? Three mobile trends could dictate the future of mobility.

  • December 27, 2016 27 Dec'16

    The biggest mobile device trends and news stories of 2016

    What do Samsung, BlackBerry, Pokémon GO and the New England Patriots' coach have in common? All were part of mobile news stories that made mainstream headlines in 2016.

  • December 21, 2016 21 Dec'16

    New combo of Kinvey app developer tools helps cut down on manpower

    Enterprise mobile app developers can develop sophisticated apps that depend on back-end systems using Kinvey's new platform, which brings several of its existing tools together.

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  • December 20, 2016 20 Dec'16

    BYOD model reigns supreme, as corporate devices raise concerns

    Businesses prefer implementing a BYOD model because of user demand, the rising cost of data plans and overage fees, and legal reasons. It may not save IT money, however.

  • December 15, 2016 15 Dec'16

    Slew of options aim to ease Citrix XenMobile 10 upgrades

    The days are numbered for Citrix XenMobile 9. Organizations have a few choices to tackle what can be a tricky XenMobile 10 upgrade process.

  • December 13, 2016 13 Dec'16

    Mobile app dev skills pull in big money

    If you're a mobile application guru, prepare to make bank. Experience building mobile apps can earn technology pros an average salary of $147,000, according to research by Paysa.com, a professional ...

  • December 12, 2016 12 Dec'16

    Google drops 'Android for Work' name

    Android for Work is no more -- in name only. When Google debuted its secure containerization APIs in 2015, the "Android for Work" name identified which devices shipped with these capabilities and ...

  • December 06, 2016 06 Dec'16

    It's up to IT to make end-user computing easy

    It's part of IT's job to deal with end users who aren't tech-savvy. The latest research says it may be a bigger part of the job than most people realize. About two-thirds of people aged 16 to 65 ...

  • December 02, 2016 02 Dec'16

    Mobility in manufacturing fights an uphill battle

    The challenges of adopting mobility in manufacturing are unique, compared with other industries. Outdated machinery makes it difficult to connect to new technology, for instance.

  • November 21, 2016 21 Nov'16

    New SDK helps iOS developers get to the meat of SAP mobile apps

    Following the announcement of their partnership six months ago, Apple and SAP roll out preview versions of their SDK and tools to teach developers to build SAP apps for iOS.

  • November 20, 2016 20 Nov'16

    Mobile security is top priority for 2017

    With the rise of multifactor authentication and updates to Apple iOS security, there is a lot to look forward to next year. Four experts gaze into the enterprise mobility crystal ball. Patrick ...

  • November 17, 2016 17 Nov'16

    Citrix ShareFile updates let businesses ditch paper processes

    Citrix will roll out a few ShareFile updates on its web app that allow users to request approvals and e-signatures on digital documents.

  • November 14, 2016 14 Nov'16

    Never say die: Another BlackBerry smartphone is on the way

    BlackBerry smartphones aren't a thing of the past just yet. The company plans to release at least one more smartphone, which will feature its trademark physical keyboard, CEO John Chen said in an ...

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