By Jarno Limnell   Cyber warfare is one of the hottest topics currently trending in newsfeeds and, although many are quick to use the term, not everyone fully understands the concept....
Composed by James Finnan with concepts based on Yankee Group analyst Chris Walsh recent webinar.   Summary: Tablets use will flatten, BYOD will become ubiquitous, and mobile rollouts are increasingly less...
Recent research demonstrates some of the quantifiable benefits and complexities associated with allowing employees to use their own mobile devices on their employers' networks.   Most CIOs encourage BYOD throughout their...
The advent of the savvy end-user and the trend towards BYOD has changed the way in which services must be provided by IT. As smartphone capabilities further develop, so does the...
  Mobile application strategies continue to dominate many of the conversations in the C-suite as senior managers know these apps can lead to extrodinary productivity gains. New mobile applications hold the promise of...
Here is a quick look at the incredible rise of mobile according to Trinity Digital Marketing.   1. There are more than 6 billion mobile subscribers which equals to more...
Facing one of the biggest business challenges since Al Gore invented the Internet, CIOs in emerging markets seeking to mobile-enable their enterprises are making mobility a higher priority and spending more money...
We recently reported on how the global growth of mobile device usage may cripple the wireless airwaves as available bandwidth from the wireless network carriers will eventually reach saturation unless the...
By Vincent Capasso   IBM Corp. recently announced they will acquire the mobile application and infrastructure software developer Worklight. Worklight is a privately held firm with a research & development hub...
By Bob Violino   The market for mobile application stores is heating up, with companies such as Research In Motion (RIM), Google Inc., Microsoft and Nokia joining Apple Computer Inc. with...
The smartphone application battle will heat up this month when BlackBerry maker Research in Motion (RIM) launches a direct competitor to Apple's iPhone application Store. Apple clearly has a formidable lead...
By Thomas Hoffman   Although carriers such as Verizon and AT&T already resell widely-used corporate applications such as Microsoft Exchange, expect to see more telecommunications companies hawking a mix of both...
By Thomas Hoffman   With 4G communication services such as Long-Term Evolution (LTE) and WiMax just around the corner, the future of mobile computing looks bright for would-be corporate customers.  ...
Top Ten Trends in Mobile Computing The next three to five years will see radical changes come to the field of mobile computing, making smartphones, netbooks and yet-to-be introduced gadgets even...
By Ellen Pearlman   The cellphone is the most coveted global mobile device: roughly 50 percent of the world's population now owns one, versus just 12 percent in 2000. While its...
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p {text-indent: 0cm} p.box{border:1px solid #000;margin:0;padding:10px;} span.ad-article { float: left; margin:0 15px 20px 0; padding:0; text-align: center;} BARCELONA (Reuters)—Microsoft said on Monday it had signed a deal with LG Electronics,...
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By Sinead Carew NEW YORK (Reuters)—Texas Instruments Inc has unveiled new versions of its chips for advanced mobile features, including mini-projector technology it sees as the next big thing after the...