Check out the hottest mobile IT news for Wednesday, July 16, including IBM and Apple teaming up to take on an enterprise mobility initiative, the role cognizant computing will have in the transformation of mobile app strategies, how mobility is driving BPM app development in Asia-Pacific, Sports teams employing iBeacons to complement in-stadium SMS and Mobile data traffic propels spending on packet core.
IBM says today's businesses are buried under too much content and social media. Fortunately, the business giant wants to help you access your company's data anywhere, anytime, across any device through its new big data service, IBM Navigator on Cloud.
IBM Research just announced it launched a broad 10-year initiative to "support China in delivering on its ambitious energy and environmental goals." Dubbed "Green Horizon" one of its first partners is the Beijing Municipal Government.
Close to half of IT managers are either planning to outsource mobility management or have already done so, a survey by Gigaom Research finds.
In a refreshingly non-IBM-style move, the company is tying a lasso around all its collaboration services that want to, well, collaborate with each other, and is putting them all in one platform.
IBM surged past Trend Micro to take third place in the security software market last year, the first time a non-pure-play security vendor made it into the top three for many years, according to Gartner.
AirWatch, Citrix, Good Technology, IBM and MobileIron have been named as leaders in Gartner's Magic Quadrant report for the enterprise mobility management market.
The costs associated with data breaches are on the rise, according to an annual report prepared by the Ponemon Institute.
Iusacell, Mexico's third largest mobile phone operator, is suing IBM for $2.5 billion, alleging that Big Blue made fraudulent claims that caused Iusacell to lose that amount in profits, Reuters reports.
Technology analysts and writers imagine a world where you, your car and your toaster all have Facebook pages. Engineers see the future somewhat differently.