Coresystems powers mobile technology that helps enterprise organizations to manage their field operations. It makes important business information available to sales and service reps when they are on site and helps make operations more efficient.
Sponsored Post Gone are the days when developers, working in traditional “waterfall” development chains, worked on a predictable, monolithic stack of technology.
Proving yet again that the BYOD (bring your own device) trend is more than just a fad, Enterproid announced today that it has raised an additional $12 million in funding led by Google Ventures.
Thanks to the magic of apps, tablets and smartphones are now cash registers, kiosks, demo stations, public calendars, and more. Thanks to the magic of management, that tablet or smartphone in your organization could be mine, yours, or some company’s.
Biba is a mobile app that delivers conference calls and messaging inside and outside of company networks and across multiple devices. It has raised $15 million from InterWest Partners, Benchmark Capital, Trinity Ventures, and multiple enterprise executives.
Kibits, which is backed by Google Ventures, Charles Rivers, and General Catalyst, rebrands as Collaborate.com and releases a suite of mobile project management apps for distributed teams.
Guest Post BYOD is here to stay, and mobile virtualization is becoming a valid option, but it still faces challenges in becoming the best choice for mobile users.
Springshot filed with the SEC for a $1.6 million first round of funding. Springshot is a “mobile worker productivity platform” that supports people who work on-the-go.
Guest Post Bring your own device policies help employees be more productive, but they’re also throwing data at IT departments from all angles. Here are 5 ways to secure that data.
CoTap has tapped into $5.5 million to speed up development of its mobile messaging app for the enterprise. The company was founded by former Yammer executives Jim Patterson and Zack Parker.
Sponsored Post The bring your own device (BYOD) trend has kicked into high gear. Here are a dozen companies doing great things in the mobile enterprise arena.
Hot BYOD startup Enterproid ahs launched a new solution called Divide Builder that gives companies more flexibility for its BYOD software arsenal.
Guest Post There’s a trend surfacing that will start to push BYOD out of the picture in the next few years. Corporately Owned, Personally Enabled (COPE) devices are the next big thing, and within the next three years, projections indicate 70 percent of global organizations will adopt it.
Editor’s Pick For IT managers in the enterprise, the mobile ecosystem’s complexity presents real challenges. Here are some of their top concerns.
Guest Post This post covers the things you always wanted to know about BYOD but were too afraid to ask.
Guest Post Many companies have begun to embrace the concept of BYOD. But there’s still a lot of work to be done.
Whether the concern is making BYOD actually work, beefing up security, or taking business intelligence mobile, these six startups are reshaping the landscape of mobile enterprise.
Guest Post Cyber insurance. It’s a thing. And if your workplace uses services like Dropbox or allows working from home or using BYOD mobile devices, you probably need it.
Guest Post What we’re seeing today is not a swingback to the enterprise with the add-on of consumer models. What we’re seeing today is a swingback to more diversified revenue models and a refreshing change to the traditional go-to-market approaches … a head fake if I ever saw one.
Guest Post We all know we’ve got a cyber security problem. But while new attack vectors like BYOD and the cloud are making things tougher, there might be a reason for optimism.
Guest Post 2012 may have answered some of the biggest questions about BYOD, but in 2013 IT departments will be hit with a bunch more.
Armor5, a startup launching today, addresses BYOD — “bring your own device,” or workers who use their devices, not the company’s — without requiring software installation on a mobile phone or tablet.
The rise of the “bring your own device” movement is making some big bucks for AirWatch, which has raised $200 million.
Want to let your employees use their own phones and tablets? Here’s how to make a bring-your-own-device policy that will really work.
You can sum up Forrester’s prognostications on 2013 trends for mobile in three little words.
It’s tough to be in IT these days. Everyone wants to Bring Their Own Device (or two), get the company to pay for it, and beg the front-line geeks for help when it goes on the fritz.
Guest Post With the government failing to create any sort of standardized security regulations, the private sector is left to wonder what level of network security will be best for protecting company and client data.
Stealth startup Tomfoolery raises $1.7M for mobile enterprise applications that make “work awesome.”
WatchDox closes third round to keep enterprise documents projected as they are shared on the go.
Cellrox’s virtualization technology allows multiple personas to co-exist peacefully on one device.
Guest Post When you lose your personal cell phone, does your employer have the right to remotely wipe all your data?
Solving the gigantic problem brought on by the bring-your-own-device (BYOD) movement is by no means no simple.
Anyone considering buying the iPhone 5 and iPod Touch will be wondering whether the new features make it better suited for both personal and professional use.
Podio’s jump to the iPad shows why the tablet is the future of collaboration.
Guest Post Congratulations, you have a new job and the company allows you to use your own device. But have you fully considered the ramifications?
The saying “Trying to catch a cloud and pin it down” is how many people feel about cloud security. But Zscaler believes it can actually do the job, and so does its first investor, Lightspeed Ventures, which just pumped $38 million into the company.
Mocana wants to be a huge,public security company one day. It thinks of itself as the new kid, beating out old guys who have trouble moving away from the PC. Looks like it’s the new, rich kid, too, as the company announced $25 million in its fourth round of funding today.
The big problem with the bring-your-own-device movement? We’re not so great at mobile security, says a new Coalfire survey.
Guest Post The growing BYOD (“bring your own device”) trend, that’s seeing ever more businesspeople use their iPhones and iPads for work, has left IT managers scrambling to address the resulting security and support issues. But with Microsoft getting ready to launch Windows 8, the OS that will power Windows-based tablets such as Microsoft’s own Surface, that could soon change.
Sponsored Post Increasingly, mobile devices are finding their way into the workplace. Companies are now finding ways to work with the flow by creating and releasing proprietary, internal apps for smartphones and tablets. Some even using their own app stores to do so.