It’s finally here: exorbitant EU roaming data charges were switched off from Thursday 15th June allowing anyone travelling in the EU the ability to share, like, view and watch mobile content until their heart’s content.
Most businesses these days are equipping their employees with a mobile device for work and covering the associated costs, from the handset to the monthly bills. The resulting productivity gains are the main reason businesses
The number of corporate-owned mobile devices is increasing as businesses are using the power of mobile to keep their employees productive on the go and enhance business outcomes. However, it is not unheard of for
Social Engineering: Hacking the User Thursday 2 March 14.00 – 15.10 Mobile World Congress Hall 4, Fira Gran Via Mobile World Congress is the mobility conference of the year. Held in Barcelona from the 27th
Mobile data pools are a cost-efficient option especially for large organizations with many corporate mobile devices. Having a single bill that covers multiple devices is easier to manage and, in theory, less expensive. But before
Corporate mobile devices are inherently personal. While being used first and foremost for work, they also hold personal information making them dual purpose. This presents a challenge for enterprises who want to ensure their employees
The first barrier standing between a hacker and your information is your password. It’s the most important defense and often the most overlooked by users. Nearly everything you do online requires a password. This leads to
The enterprise mobility calendar is absolutely stacked with high quality events. Barely a week passes without some kind of new event springing up that seems like the next ‘must-attend’ place to be. A few of