This week, at Enterprise Wearable Technology Summit in San Diego, five wearables experts were asked a series of questions around what they wish their smartwatches could do. Continue reading Here’s What 5 Wearables Experts Wish their Smartwatch Could Do
They’re calling it the retail apocalypse. Battered by online competition, analysts argue, traditional retail needs to step up its technology integration. Continue reading Retail Apocalypse Highlights Need for In-Store Technology Initiatives
The Dallas siren hack shows that hackers are no longer content with attacking our PCs and smartphones, but are looking at a much broader range of targets. Continue reading Dallas Siren Hack: Are Other Cities Vulnerable?
Artificial intelligence technology, combined with mobility, has the potential to change the B2B landscape. Continue reading Artificial Intelligence Technology Drives Smartphone Demand
As mobile solutions reach the end of their life in warehouses and distribution centers, decision makers are looking to Android for device and OS security. Continue reading Legacy Mobile Solutions Nearing End of Life in Warehouses, Distribution Centers
The CMO is under more pressure today than ever before, which is why a marketing strategy that combines both art and science is vital to succeed. Continue reading A Winning CMO Marketing Strategy Must Combine Art and Science
A new survey shows that consumers are confused about the cloud. For businesses, this means that employees may not be taking mobile security seriously. Continue reading Confusion Over Cloud Is a Mobile Security Threat to Business