Mobile and Connected Device Strategies
Daily Insight | December 6, 2013
In direct contrast to the fragmentation that has plagued the Android platform, Apple recently revealed that after just three months of availability iOS 7—the latest version of the OS—is run on 74 percent of iPhones, iPads and iPod touch devices.
Perspectives | December 3, 2013
Usage-based insurance (UBI) is a pay-as-you-drive derivative primed to revolutionize not only the automotive insurance industry, but also the broader M2M ecosystem. But how can mobile operators and other new entrants best grab a slice of the opportunity?
Battle of the Brands
Perspectives | November 20, 2013
The Web is rampant with claims that no one in their right minds is buying BlackBerry phones today. However, as with so many things on the Web, those claims aren’t backed up by hard data.
Perspectives | October 29, 2013
Raised from the ashes of several dying operating systems, Tizen is looking for new life with Intel and Samsung. But can it thrive in the cutthroat smartphone OS marketplace?
Perspectives | September 25, 2013
The legal battles between the two giants of the smartphone market are intensifying, but two key decisions recently tipped the scales of Themis in Apple’s favor.
Perspectives | September 16, 2013
Phablets seem to be all the rage, especially if the trade press is any judge. A close look at the data, however, reveals phablets aren’t all that fabulous.
BYOD Transforms IT
Perspectives | May 10, 2013
As BYOD takes off and mobile devices become more commonplace tools within enterprises, organizations are beginning to shift their focus away from securing the devices themselves and toward securing the apps, data and content residing on them. The result? Traditional mobile device management (MDM) is becoming increasingly irrelevant.