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The sponsors from Computing's recent Enterprise Mobility Summit give their views on the latest mobility trends
19 Jun 2014

Vodafone to acquire Italian car technology firm Cobra Automotive Technologies

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Cobra provides security and telematics solutions to the automotive and insurance industries
16 Jun 2014

Enterprise Mobility Summit 2014: Firms that fail to keep up with mobile advances are doomed, warns Oracle

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No CIO has a proper strategy, says mobile tech director Bushby
16 Jun 2014

Enterprise Mobility Summit 2014: BYOD? Very soon you may have to...

Companies looking to get out of hardware entirely, claims Moka 5's Kimber Spradlin
16 Jun 2014

Nurse, the screen! How Lancashire Care NHS Trust's mobility programme is transforming the district nurse's job

Health informatics director Declan Hadley told the Enterprise Mobility Summit 2014 about the role of mobile technology in the NHS
13 Jun 2014

Enterprise Mobility Summit 2014: Google Glass ‘mainly a marketing implement’

Bidwells' IT director, Philip van Enis, questions enterprise case for Google Glass
13 Jun 2014

Enterprise Mobility Summit 2014: IT must work with facilities to ensure successful workplace transformation – Intel

Businesses are rethinking how they ought to work, argues Intel strategist Jim Henrys
13 Jun 2014

Enterprise Mobility Summit 2014: HP 'lucky' to not support BlackBerry, says tech lead

'HP never went down the BlackBerry route, even in the early days of BlackBerry when it was the de facto choice'
12 Jun 2014

Enterprise Mobility Summit 2014: Law firm DLA Piper mulls Microsoft Surface rollout

Windows ecosystem preferred by DLA Piper, but it may take employees a while to buy-in
12 Jun 2014

Enterprise Mobility Summit 2014: Workarounds abound - how poor planning makes IT the bad guy

Consultancy Point to Point reveals how going off piste is easier for users than staying on the corporate-approved track
12 Jun 2014

Enterprise Mobility Summit 2014: Consumer IT has overtaken enterprise technology - Globo

Yad Jaura says that enterprise technology led the way 20 years ago, but that this has now 'flipped'
12 Jun 2014

Enterprise Mobility Summit 2014: ‘Digital literacy’ a major challenge for enterprise mobility

University of Sheffield's Christine Sexton notes difference in attitudes to mobile tech between students and teaching staff
12 Jun 2014

Enterprise Mobility Summit 2014: The 'soul' is missing ingredient of enterprise mobility, claims O2

William Buller likens business challenges with mobility to dialogue from hit US TV show Breaking Bad
12 Jun 2014

Enterprise Mobility Summit 2014: smartphones – to hold on or to let go?

Keynote explores how and why the balance of power is changing when it comes to mobile devices
12 Jun 2014

Enterprise Mobility Summit 2014 Live!

Follow Computing's live coverage of the Enterprise Mobility Summit from Hilton Tower Bridge
11 Jun 2014

Keeping the faith: the organisations sticking by BlackBerry

BlackBerry is no longer the dominant force in enterprise mobility, but that doesn’t mean it has been completely abandoned. Computing’s Danny Palmer speaks to some of the organisations that continue to base their mobile strategy around BlackBerry and BB10
10 Jun 2014

Everything Everywhere to consider London flotation in the autumn

Orange executive responsible for EE says an IPO will be considered 'when we return from vacation'
09 Jun 2014

How Rentokil builds mobile applications without the bugs

Rentokil build apps step-by-step, says Rentokil's head of design Ian Morris
06 Jun 2014

BlackBerry: ‘Maybe consumer wasn’t a battle we could’ve won’

BlackBerry says it is better equipped to win the fight in the enterprise mobility arena than consumer
03 Jun 2014

Samsung launches world's first Tizen OS smartphone

Samsung Z runs on Linux-based software and will be released later this year
02 Jun 2014

H4cked Off: Rotten BlackBerry

Whenever Computing reports on anything related to BlackBerry, its comment section is almost immediately taken over by dozens of putative fans – fans who are happy to spew alarming levels of vitriol should the story be perceived as negative. But are they real people, or is something more sinister going on?
30 May 2014

Patents account for one-quarter of the cost of a smartphone, claims research

$120 of the cost of a $400 smartphone pays for the intellectual property, claims report
30 May 2014

CIOs losing faith in BlackBerry

Businesses see BlackBerry as a sinking ship
29 May 2014

Fears over Facebook’s new listening feature becoming ‘yet another spying tool’

Social network unveils addition to smartphone app to enable ‘easier sharing’ but sceptics warn about potential privacy concerns
22 May 2014