For those of us in enterprise that are over the age of 40, we can recall a time when out of office essentially meant out of contact. Once you ventured off premises in the days prior to email and cell phones, the work day had essentially ended.
We recently hosted another Enterprise Mobility Meetup here in NYC. The topic for this Meetup was mobile security. Our guest panelists were Brian Katz - Director, EUC Mobility Strategy, Office of the CTO at VMware and Mark Stutzman – CEO, Appmobi, and...
Lay The Groundwork Things are becoming ‘smarter’ each passing day. Materialistic and worldly articles like ovens and air coolers are being equipped with sensors and microchips, that can know you better and understand you.
While we are increasingly focused on Digital Health and IoT as our primary areas of work, I still keenly watch for developments and trends in EnterpriseMobility | Enterprise Mobililty, Social Business & Collaboration News...
According to IDC, a leading market intelligence firm, 2013 and 2014 experienced a shockingly low enterprise mobile app adoption. And, 2015 was no exception. Although there has been a growth, the numbers are still not impressive enough.
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