The largest share of the focus of mobility during the past decade has been on technical issues. How can IT departments securely support an increasingly mobile and dispersed enterprise work force?
Rather than evaluating collaboration as a single function, most experts recommend breaking them down to their constituent pieces to determine which sets of key features will best support your business model.
The question of FDA approval raises the issue of how digital health tools are used and managed in the workplace. To some extent, the same common sense rules apply.
Several big players have a negative reaction to the idea of Broadcom buying Qualcomm.
A serious weakness has been discovered that endangers Wi-Fi users. The problem is made worse by the fact that the problem is in the WPA2 standard, not a specific device or network.
T-Mobile and Sprint, the third and fourth largest wireless companies, have been discussing merging for a long time. Those talks have heated up recently.
Mobile AR seems poised to be the killer app that the mobile sector has been seeking for years.
The Charter settlement was the largest with a cable company in New York State history and possibly in the history of the United States.
Bluetooth is one of those technologies that gets ignored when discussing security risks.
New HP capabilities include advanced analytics that help IT organizations identify usage patterns that would indicate what type of machine one employee might be better off using than another.