“The technological evolution of NotCompatible has turned a once compelling piece of malware into one of the known longest-running mobile botnets we’ve seen to date,” writes mobile security firm Lookout, warning the next potential target is the enterprise.
Microsoft’s recent decision to make its consumer Office applications free on iOS and Android wasn’t just a reaction to Google and Apple’s market share in mobile productivity tools. That may be true in tactical terms, but it’s not the real story.
Over the next few years, the way many businesses operate is predicted to dramatically change. For many employees however, the process is already beginning.
Simon Pitt, mobile team lead at the BBC, has told an audience at Apps World Europe of the five S's that helped the broadcasting giant build internal enterprise applications.
The average enterprise is a slow moving behemoth where it's nigh on impossible to change things up and create a fast-iterating product release cycle. But it doesn't have to be like that, argues Ashley George of GlaxoSmithKline (GSK).
Big Data is one of the most widely-hyped buzzwords of the tech industry, and that means there is a lot of hype and misunderstanding. Worse, concepts like “data science” are constantly thrown around, making this emergent technology appear like black magic to the business leaders who could benefit from it. This blog aims to cut through the hype to help you understand what Big Data is and its relevance to your business.
Late last week Microsoft announced it was making more of its Office 365 software free for users on iPads, iPhones and Android tablets, enabling users to edit documents on their mobile devices without the need of an Office subscription. It’s the biggest indicator yet of how serious CEO Satya Nadella is on the company’s mobile first, cloud first future.
A page on the Apple website has gone live regarding an enterprise version of AppleCare, the tech giant’s support system.
Integrated services provider Coopservice has announced a partnership with Ipanema Technologies to improve its IT network, with the result of reduced network costs and performance issues, as well as improved employee productivity.
There is a very interesting intersection between how we will use mobile apps and how we will develop them in the future: apps will become more about actionable notifications than destinations; and we will develop them using pre-written components as much as possible rather than custom coding.
In 2014, BYOD evolved to become more about enablement and corporate access that goes beyond email. Employees expect the same access to workplace content on their mobile devices that they have on their laptops and PCs. MDM and MAM have shifted to EMM, as the industry evolves to cater to a broader set of mobile capabilities for the enterprise based on use cases across users, devices, apps and content.