Enterprise mobility solutions are transforming the way organisations deliver services while also improving their bottom lines, as we show in three case studies from around the nation.
A survey of over 13,000 mobile, desktop, cloud and IoT app developers shows that the industry is still dominated by young males, and many developers are earning below a living wage from their creations.
As companies become increasingly mobile, managers need solutions to optimise their management of field workers, office staff and back-office systems. Similarly, office staff and field workers need to communicate and have instantaneous access to critical information so as to perform their tasks effectively. The solution to all of these challenges can be seen within mobile apps.
The Parallels Access 3.0 Remote Access App transforms mobile devices into more powerful computing machines by enabling users to remotely run any application, edit documents, and search through and access all the files on a remote computer through a universal file manager.
More than 50% of Telstra's service transactions, including payments and pre-paid recharges, are now taking place online or through the company's dedicated mobile app.
Disruptive taxi hiring app provider Uber is appealing a California Labor Commission ruling that potentially threatens not just its business model but that of all on-demand service providers.
Google has revealed plans to offer mobile services in the US with Project Fi, an initiative with the potential to disrupt the mobile market.
Mobile-enabled Australian workers remain blind to mobile security risks, even though 43% have lost data due to misuse of a mobile device, according to Aruba Networks.
HP is acquiring enterprise mobility vendor Aruba Networks as part of plans to become a leader in the converged campus network market.
Microsoft has introduced its Office apps for Android tablets, launched Outlook for iOS and given a preview of Outlook for Android.
Schneider Electric has introduced the APC Mobile Power Pack range of high-capacity, high-efficiency external battery packs designed to provide mobile charging for smartphones, tablets and other devices charged using a USB cable.
Apple did not surprise anybody yesterday by announcing a new smart watch, the iPhone 6 and the large-screen iPhone 6 Plus, as well as a new mobile payment service.
Wearables will infiltrate the enterprise whether an organisation is in favour of the trend or against it, and sooner than most companies realise.
More and more people are starting to use their mobile devices not only to access relevant information, but also to make transactions such as opening a new account, paying bills, applying for a mortgage, making a claim, etc.
Apple and Samsung have agreed to end all patent lawsuits between each other outside of the US, including in Australia. But is it a sign of an end to the long and bitter legal war?