Before you jump head first into your BYOD programme, consider a few things to help you establish the right blend of personal preference and workplace functionality, writes Brian Robison of Citrix.
Malaysian enterprises are still in the early days of mobility adoption, and businesses have started to move towards developing strategic roadmaps for mobile deployment and the use of internal mobile applications.
OutSystems’ Nuno Pereira looks at the four questions you should be asking when deciding on the right mobile application architecture.
Manhattan Associates Inc has unveiled an application that it said provides distribution managers with unmatched insight into labour, activities, waves and tasks – all on a mobile device.
A staggering 92% of workers in Malaysia have used at least one tool enabling remote working in the previous month, according to a survey of over 44,000 senior business people across more than 100 countries by global workplace provider Regus.
The IBM MobileFirst for iOS portfolio has been expanded to address the banking and financial services, airline, and retail industries, IBM Corp announced at the recent Mobile World Congress (MWC 2015) in Barcelona.
The future success of BlackBerry hinges on the take-up of BES12, writes Keith Liu.
At a recent media event in Singapore, HP’s Printing and Personal Systems (PPS) Group – soon to be known as HP Inc. – introduced a broad portfolio of seven new tablets and a two-in-one device, all focused on enterprise customers.
Mobility was a dominant theme last year as smartphone and tablet sales grew exponentially, but one theme connected closely with it that did not receive as much spotlight was security, writes Edwin Yapp.
IDC expects the Asia Pacific mobility market to continue experiencing strong growth in 2015 as mobile takes centrestage for business growth in both consumer and enterprise markets.