Retail transitions to target mobile customers as sales channel changes

Retailers realize that many of their customers are coming through the mobile channel as much or more than in-store, and are changing the way they track and engage with them. Everyone’s been looking in the US at Black Friday sales as...

2016 mobility predictions: lose the notebook and desk phone

At this time of year, most of us are looking forward to what the New Year has to bring in terms of new technologies and opportunities. It’s not a coincidence that the annual consumer electronics gadget-fest in Las Vegas, CES, takes...

WiFi calling on cell phones only half the solution

This year WiFi calling has come to US cellphones.The idea is that WiFi coverage can fill in places where cellular isn’t available. But providing better network access is just half the story. Adding handoff to cellular nets without...

Retailers rely more on mobile sales this holiday season

As consumers spend more time on their phones, and less in the stores, retailers are preparing targeted strategies to address the emerging ominchannel and online/offline (O2O) opportunity to include m-commerce.

Do you need a (mobile) workspace?

Enterprises are struggling with how best to drive mobile transformation across all lines of business. At the same time, so are technology providers, where no one can claim the crown as the king of the mobile enterprise. The latest...

The death of the OS (Part 2)

As the OS recedes further to the background on both traditional and mobile computing, the growth of smartphones and tablets is replacing the usage on those traditional devices. Though the OS is still important, especially on mobile...

The death of the OS (Part 1)

With the successful introduction of mobile devices into the enterprise, apps have slowly been taking the place of the operating system in driving usage and creating the user experience. Apps are supplanting and moving the focus off...

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