How to move the needle in enterprise machine learning: Take it to production level

Artificial intelligence (AI) is going to be an important transformational tool in the enterprise – that much is perfectly clear. Yet so far initiatives have been in silos, or individual contributions. What is going to be needed to take the next step?

A new research report from Algorithmia has focused on the ways companies of all sizes are exploring machine learning – and found that larger organisations have the advantage...

By James Bourne, 18 October 2018, 0 comments. Categories: Applications, Employees, Enterprise Mobility, Productivity.

AI and 5G ‘no longer concepts’ in the enterprise as future of work forecast revealed

Some good news around the state of enterprise, mobile and automation; almost nine in 10 companies polled by mobility provider MOBI said they were either undertaking or planning AI-driven initiatives, with three quarters of those seeing return on investment from it.

The study, which took responses from 100 US-based IT decision makers at companies with at least 5,000 employees, found that companies were generally confident...

By James Bourne, 16 October 2018, 0 comments. Categories: Applications, Enterprise Mobility, Productivity.

Why reports of EMM’s death may be exaggerated

“Put simply, enterprise mobility management (EMM) is dead and focus has shifted towards a unified IoT solution.”

Those were the words of SOTI CEO Carl Rodrigues in an interview with Enterprise Mobility Exchange’s Jason Koestenblatt in which the two discussed mobile transformation, IoT, and what’s next for EMM and MDM.

Rodrigues continued: “EMM will remain a fundamental element of that...

By App47, 16 October 2018, 0 comments. Categories: Applications, Enterprise Mobility, Security.

New research shows importance of visibility in mobile device strategy

A lack of visibility into devices and networks is putting businesses at risk of cyberattacks, according to a new report.

The study, put together by Enterprise Mobility Exchange and NetMotion Software and which polled more than 130 respondents at organisations with corporately owned mobile devices, explored employees' relationships with their devices and networks.

Almost half of mobile workers polled said they spent the majority of their working time connected to non-corporate public Wi-Fi and carrier...

By James Bourne, 15 October 2018, 0 comments. Categories: Data Loss, Employees, Enterprise Mobility, Research, Security.

Enterprise disconnect with consumer-standard experiences continues apace, report argues

Another day, another research report which proves the enterprise still has plenty of work to do when it comes to digital initiatives.

The latest report, a study from WordPress hosting firm WP Engine, found enterprises were not putting their money where their mouth was in terms of investment despite growing mobile traffic, as well as potential concerns around app stores.

The research,...

By James Bourne, 12 October 2018, 0 comments. Categories: Applications, Employees, Enterprise Mobility, Productivity.

Upskill unveils support for Microsoft HoloLens, improves enterprise AR experience

Upskill, a provider of enterprise-centric augmented reality (AR) software, has announced the launch of Microsoft HoloLens for Skylight, its primary product.

Skylight is a software platform which enables frontline industrial workers to interact hands-free. As this publication previously noted when the company

By James Bourne, 11 October 2018, 0 comments. Categories: App Platforms, Enterprise Mobility, UX, Wearables.

The current state of enterprise mobile: Seven trends increasing complexity

Just two years ago, enterprise mobile began to replace the dominant siloed approach of deploying mobile one department or business unit at a time, with a new enterprise-wide orientation. As a result, scalable, organisation-wide deployments of mobile are now the norm. Mobile began to be valued as a transformative catalyst for business. Enterprises combined mobile assets with cloud-based applications and business intelligence tools to pull from mobility previously hidden business insights.

With mobility...

By Marco Nielsen, 08 October 2018, 0 comments. Categories: Applications, Employees, Enterprise Mobility, Security.

BlackBerry is bewitched by the blockchain as it aims to bring ‘Enterprise of Things’ to healthcare

BlackBerry has announced a series of partnerships to focus its ‘Enterprise of Things’ initiative into the healthcare space – including a move towards blockchain technologies.

The company is working with ONEBIO, a peer-to-peer marketplace for biodata, to power a blockchain digital ledger with the aim of creating a fully secure global ecosystem for medical data. Data can be put on the ledger, such as from...

By James Bourne, 05 October 2018, 0 comments. Categories: Big Data, BlackBerry, Enterprise Mobility.

Apple and Salesforce strike enterprise app strategic partnership

A strategic partnership has been announced by Apple and Salesforce to bring together the former’s iOS and the latter’s CRM in order to enable new mobile apps for business.

Salesforce, together with Apple, is recreating its app to adopt the native mobile platform with exclusive new features on the iOS platform. Millions of Salesforce developers will be provided with tools and resources to build their own native apps with a new Salesforce Mobile SDK for iOS, and the latest iOS App Development...

By Enterprise CIO, 28 September 2018, 0 comments. Categories: Applications, Cloud , Enterprise Mobility, iOS.