With customers’, employees’ and tenants’ demands ever increasing with bring-your-own-device, and an expectation that they will be able to access the data and services they want, it’s time to rethink how wireless is accessed and deployed throughout an enterprise facility.
Apple and IBM, once bitter rivals, have surprised the tech world with an agreement to enter a major enterprise mobility partnership.
Google's Android L update will introduce more than 5000 new APIs, support for 64-bit processing, a redesigned UI and other significant changes.
With cloud-based CRM provider Salesforce.com launching its dev kit for wearable technologies, promises that wearable tech will reach enterprise level may soon be realised.
Enterprise IT must embrace the mobile-first workplace or risk sliding into obsolescence, writes Ovum's Richard Absalom.
Ovum expects the social messaging segment, backed by heavyweights such as Facebook, to pose an increasing threat to traditional mobile operator revenues and force an evolution of communications services.
Australian business leaders recognise the benefits of flexible working - including mobile and activity-based working - but feel their business processes are holding them back, a survey suggests.
GS1 and the Open Mobile Alliance have demonstrated using Google Glass to scan product barcodes and receive product information as part of their push to include barcode scanning as standard in Android and iOS.
Former RMIT student James Downing has developed Pocket Rice, a mobile app designed to tackle world hunger through trivia.
Tigerspike has developed a mobile framework to improve the registration and distribution processes of the United Nations' World Food Programme (WFP).
Telstra has taken Optus to court over an ad that suggests little difference between the companies' mobile coverage, and has so far successfully forced Optus to remove the ad from its website.
VMware's planned acquisition of enterprise mobility management vendor AirWatch is expected to stimulate a flurry of consolidation activity in the fast-growing segment.
Australian telecom operators are still grappling with a growth slump that started in 2011, and opportunities for service revenue growth are limited, according to BuddeComm.
BYOD is a symptom of a larger issue IT departments are facing - the need to extend computing processes beyond the organisation and into the hands of customers, contractors and suppliers - according to one analyst firm.
Télécoms Sans Frontières is working with Inmarsat to provide emergency satellite communications services in the Philippines in the wake of typhoon Haiyan.