BlackBerry CEO John believes that BlackBerry is "well-positioned" for the multi-billion dollar Indian enterprise market, with smartphones across multiple price points and end-to-end mobility solutions.
A third of workers do not use passwords on mobile devices used for work Poor password habits are putting employers at risk and losing them hundreds of thousands of pounds in lost productivity, according to
A new survey has found that mobile data speeds arenÃ¢â‚¬â„¢t meeting modern day requirements with 60% of respondents claiming to be unhappy with their smartphone’s mobile internet connection. The independent survey*, commissioned by TigerMobiles.com, queried
Recent survey from Six Degrees Group shows 52% of businesses are not using the cloud to host their telephony A survey of UK businesses commissioned by converged data service provider Six Degrees Group has found
With the new #Bendgate issue affecting the Apple iPhone 6 Plus, Consumer Reports decided to conduct a series of tests to see how easily Apple’s new 5.5 inch smartphone bends in comparison with other models.
Leading UK law firm, Accident Advice Helpline comment on the new laws that all drivers must be able to take Ã¢â‚¬Ëœimmediate physical controlÃ¢â‚¬â„¢ of a vehicle The California department of motor vehicles have introduced a
45% think small businesses in the rest of Britain will suffer too A survey of 500 small to medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) across Great Britain has revealed that the majority of SMEs think theyÃ¢â‚¬â„¢ll be impacted
Following the Apple Announcement, Survey Finds Only One in Ten College and High School Students Plan to Purchase the Apple Watch, While One Third Plan to Purchase the New iPhone Results of the latest Student
BlackBerry has changed from being just a smartphone manufacturer and they will continue to do so until they return to growth and profitability. Replying to questions fromBusiness Line, BlackBerry CEO John Chen explains his future
CAST determines retail and finance applications are most vulnerable to input validation attacks if software risk goes unaddressed CAST, a leader in software analysis and measurement, today revealed new findings from its ongoing research on
71% of organizations have a mobility policy while only 42% have a BYOD policy To map out the latest enterprise mobility trends in India, BlackBerry and CMR today announced the findings of the first-of-its-kind survey
Ian Kilpatrick, chairmanÃ‚Â Wick Hill Group, specialists in secure IP infrastructure solutions, looks at the risks involved with mobile devices and how to secure them. Mobile devices with their large data capacities, always on capabilities, and
Survey of Canadian CIOs Unveils Technology Trends Influencing the Evolution of the Workplace A recent IDC survey commissioned by Samsung Electronics CanadaÃ‚Â found that technology trends such as Bring Your Own Device (BYOD), which reflect the
BlackBerry is going through a turnaround phase but it may not be a survivor. Even BlackBerry CEO John Chen compares BlackBerry to a patient in critical condition. “The first thing you do is stabilization,” he
The managing director of Secusmart has said that the German government will not raise any objections to BlackBerryÃ¢â‚¬â„¢s planned acquisition of Secusmart, whose encryption technology protects the devices of government officials including Angela Merkel, the