Smartphones in the enterprise: A decade of productivity (and lots of personal texting)


Ten years ago, on June 29, 2007, Apple released the first iPhone. This bold bid to capture the mobile consumer market from established players such as Nokia and Blackberry maker Research in Motion soon would trigger a movement called “consumerization,” which would have a huge impact on enterprises and IT professionals. Whereas once IT pros […]

A rookie’s guide to mobile virtual reality for iPhone

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The man-child boomer got the best of me, and I fell victim to the hype, going into one of my obsessive spells to try to learn everything possible about mobile virtual reality (VR) for iPhones. Despite 239 million iPhones sold, I knew that Apple, for whatever reason, wasn’t driving this craze. But I also knew I […]

10 years with the iPhone: How the enterprise has changed

For the next few months, we will be reading plenty about the first iPhone, which was unveiled by Apple co-founder and CEO Steve Jobs on January 9, 2007, and finally released to the public less than six months later. The phone was tiny, and the display resolution blurry by today’s standards. But it included a […]

Surprising findings about enterprise mobile adoption

It’s been nearly 10 years since the first iPhone came out, kicking off a revolution in the enterprise that continues to this day. And while the pace of change in the enterprise has been dizzying over that past decade, technology consultancy Gartner recently announced survey results that may surprise adherents of “mobile first” strategies: Mobile device […]

What elements go into Apple iOS security?

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Apple users are now either happily picking up or awaiting delivery of their new iPhone 7s. That makes now an ideal time to review the many security elements in iPhone hardware and software design. Many assume because mobile phones are small and easy to use that they are simple devices and simple to secure. That’s a […]

Leveraging the value of big data with automated decision making

It is a widely accepted fact that we are living in the era of Big Data. Many traditional companies are looking for ways to improve their business through the virtues of Big Data and Data Science. While matured startups born in this era (Facebook and Twitter) seem to naturally exploit the value of their data, many […]

Enterprise mobility continues to grow, but has BYOD peaked?

A new report predicts that enterprises will spend more than three times as much on enterprise mobility technology and services in 2019 as they did in 2013. Published by MarketsandMarkets, Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) & Enterprise Mobility Market – Global Advancements, Market Forecast and Analysis (2014-2019) forecasts that the enterprise mobility market will reach $266.2 […]