With the potential of removing legacy IT silos and freeing up valuable data to gain greater insights into their operations, enterprises continue to invest heavily in analytics.
Half of companies polled have a backlog of between 10 and 20 enterprise apps in development, according to new research conducted by independent research company Opinion Matters.
A report from harmon.ie has found that enterprise mobility is still predominantly focused on personal productivity as opposed to mobile enterprise collaboration, which is described as “not yet mature.”
Survey results from Intercede and Atomik Research published today have found that almost a quarter (23%) of UK employees are unaware of their employer’s BYOD policy. The survey, of 1213 UK employees, found that a quarter of those polled had accessed company data on their own smartphone or tablet, with 7% doing so without their employer’s permission.
According to reports, the US Defence is looking further at BYOD solutions to mobilise the mobility, ensuring security of communications is paramount and improving productivity. As reported by the Federal Times, a pilot operation will aim “to examine the viability of a BYOD program within the military.”
Three in five companies say that Hadoop supplements their existing data environments, while the same number plans to deploy it in the future. Times are changing - but how much?
451 Research, an IT advisory firm, has predicted the enterprise mobility management (EMM) market to jump to $9.8bn globally by 2018, from $3.8bn currently.
The phrase ‘enterprise mobility’ is becoming a comfortable fit for many CIOs, IT and business executives. But as is often the way with technology, it’s quickly becoming too comfortable. What we see as enterprise mobility moves forward into 2015 is increasingly less and less related to the term ‘mobile’.
Just one day after Google unwrapped Android 5.0 Lollipop , Apple went for greener pastures and greater heights by unleashing users into a full working version of OS X Yosemite. OS X Yosemite promises to establish a new level of productivity and security for the enterprise with greater integration across Mac and iOS devices with these 7 key new features.
A survey conducted by YouGov on behalf of mobile backend provider FeedHenry has revealed that one in three American employers do not support using personal tablets for work purposes.
Over the past three months a string of significant announcements focused on providing global organisations with a more complete set of enterprise mobility managed services have raised the profile of mobility outsourcing, and it's a great thing.