Citrix unveiled its XenMobile Enterprise edition software, an ambitious, comprehensive offering that combines secure app and data management, a corporate apps store, mobile productivity apps and live support.
A few years ago, Netscape co-founder Marc Andreesen wrote an article explaining why software is eating the world. His fundamental premise was that both the access to the Internet and the tools to develop quality software with ties to the Web have become pervasive.
Having a hard time controlling personally-owned tablets and smartphones in the workplace? Get used to it, because a new study claims that 50% of all workers will be required to bring in their tablets and smartphones to work by 2017.
A new research survey of 100 tablet deployments whose results were first disclosed to TabTimes finds sales executives are still struggling with their tablet strategy after three years of hands-experience with the iPad and other modern tablets.
Chris Simmonds of Intuitive Surgical shared how fast-growing Intuitive Surgical's sales team of over 800 people uses video and custom apps on the iPad to show off the features of his company's da Vinci Surgical System.
HP’s ElitePad 900 tablet is sleek, powerful and packed with excellent enterprise security features. However, that package of features, along with excellent expansion capabilities, make for a premium-priced tablet not all business buyers will be able to justify. (4 out of 5 stars).
The Mobile World Congress shutters to a close today after three days of intensive meetings, demos and press announcements. TabTimes looks at who can come away feeling pleased with their work at the Spanish tech exhibition.
The Mobile World Congress takes place in Barcelona, Spain this week and will play host to the launch of new smartphones, tablets and mobile apps. Here are some key news and developments to expect from the mobile-focused tech conference.
It’s a sign of the times that the supporting media event to this month’s Mobile World Congress saw the best European start-ups talk less about flashy consumer gadgets and more about how businesses and schools should be locking down sensitive data.
Move over Generation X and Y, there’s a new movement capturing headlines – the BYOD generation. It seems consumers (many of whom who are also your employees), can’t get their hands on new tablets and smartphones fast enough. But what does that mean for your corporate network? Here are eight ideas.
This whitepaper profiles the Panasonic Toughpad, and how its unique and durable features, combined with mobile business solutions, are allowing field workers in rugged conditions to get more done: view it now.
In the world of rugged mobile devices, words like MIL-STD and IP ratings are frequently used without explanation. This whitepaper will help you navigate the terms and acronyms so you can make informed decisions: view it now.