BlackBerry's Spark Suite is now recognised as an "Android Enterprise Recommended Solution", with the suite including comprehensive Unified Endpoint Security and Management tools to deliver better security alongside the foundation for "mobility driven business transformation".
Australia dropped to fifth place in enterprise mobility maturity in 2016 in the Asia/Pacific region, according to a newly published report.
The enterprise mobility market in Australia grew by a paltry 0.63% in 2016, but a newly published report suggests that the future looks brighter for Australian organisations.
Enterprise mobility has gone beyond BYOD (bring your own device) and the ability to work anywhere, any time. It is now a key underpinning of productivity and innovation so necessary for Australian enterprises to compete on a global scale. Samsung has commissioned some very interesting Australian research.
The Australian enterprise mobility market is predicted to approach $5.5 billion by 2020 as businesses invest more in mobility management tools, according to a new report from telecoms research firm Telsyte.
Spectralink Pivot mobile devices are now certified for use with Google Mobile Services.
A new version of MuleSoft's Anypoint Platform includes mobility features.
Good Technology's enterprise mobility management products were ready when iOS 8 was released yesterday, complete with support for the new system software's mobile device management functionality.
To date, enterprise mobile apps have largely been the equivalent of portals in that the serve mostly as landing points, but there's a growing realisation that more work needs to be done by the apps themselves, senior consulting director for Oracle Middleware ANZ Bill Hicks told iTWire.
New Zealand-based global communications solutions provider Tait Communications has partnered with enterprise mobility vendor Mobile Mentor to capitalise on the growing demand from its clients to embrace mobility.
The Australian Interactive Media Industry Association (AIMIA) has released the third edition of its tablet guidelines, with this latest edition offering recommendations for using tablets as an enterprise tool.
Forget BYOD - there's more to employee mobility than just the devices. Virtualisation specialist AppSense has come up with a five-step plan for enterprise mobility success.
The bring-your-own-device bandwagon is rolling along quite nicely and could be heading to a point where the great mass of the workforce will be using smartphones in their work - with significant economic benefits.
Law firm Corrs Chambers Westgarth has revealed it is using Good for Enterprise to provide appropriately high security in a BYOD environment.
Accellion's Mobile Apps are positioned as an enterprise alternative to Dropbox and similar services. The latest update supports iPhone 5, adds functionality to Outlook and Lync.
The rising demand for global mobility services contracts increases global players’ advantage in Asia-Pacific markets, says consultancy Ovum.
A new player, Alive, has entered the enterprise mobile application market from offices in Sydney and Singapore with the ambitious goal of becoming "the leading mobile application specialist for enterprise, business and government within Asia Pacific by the end of 2012."
The unique convergence of five emerging technology forces - analytics, mobility, social, cloud and cyber security will enable businesses to lift their performance significantly in 2012 and ultimately create a 'post-digital' era, according to Deloitte.
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