Mobile software

MWC 2014: We're not 'trying' to bury Blackberry - Good Technology

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CEO Wyatt says anti-BlackBerry campaign is nothing personal
24 Feb 2014

Apple 'walled garden' keeps straying users prisoner

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Samsung migration rates now top Apple's
21 Feb 2014

EAT trials Weve and Proxama mobile loyalty service

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Weve's mobile app Pouch will enable consumers to store loyalty cards for use in retail stores
19 Feb 2014

Rakuten acquires messaging app Viber for £540m

Play.com owner plans to build "consumer engagement platform" with service
14 Feb 2014

'ARM is part of the strategy' says Microsoft, but there's 'no insight to share' on Windows RT

'Commonality and convergence' remains focus, says platform strategy GM
14 Feb 2014

Resources-to-go: an interview with Just Eat's CTO

Just Eat CTO Carlos Morgado explains to Danny Palmer how the cloud satisfies the takeaway service’s craving for innovation
11 Feb 2014

Nadella’s key challenges

Microsoft’s new CEO, Satya Nadella, faces a number of challenges, big and small, as he takes the helm at the software giant
07 Feb 2014

Paper cuts: the NHS prepares to go digital

With the NHS just four years from supposedly going paperless, Danny Palmer examines how the project is already transforming practices and whether the 2018 deadline is achievable
03 Feb 2014

Enterprise mobility – which platform should you choose?

Who is winning the race for dominance of the increasingly cut-throat mobile market? Can Windows Phone catch up? Is BlackBerry dead? What about Xiaomi? Stuart Sumner investigates
31 Jan 2014

Tesco first to trial Weve, the mobile display service from EE, Vodafone and O2

Weve aims to deliver targeted ads using opted-in customers' anonymised data
29 Jan 2014

Bye bye BlackBerry, it's software not hardware that will secure mobility, says Good CEO

Christy Wyatt tells Computing why she believes a focus on securing the device rather than the data on it is the wrong approach
27 Jan 2014

VMware’s purchase of AirWatch is all about getting one over on Citrix, says Good Technology CEO Christy Wyatt

'The larger enterprise vendors have been taking their time working out what their mobility strategy should be. Now we're seeing them starting to act'
23 Jan 2014

Deloitte's CIO on BYOD and collaboration

Matt Peers explains how mobility can aid productivity and flexibility in the workplace
22 Jan 2014

VMware purchases mobile security vendor AirWatch

VMware's expansion out from the data centre continues as it gains a foothold in the mobile space in a $1.17bn deal
22 Jan 2014

China announces its own phone operating system

China looks to attack the dominance of Google and Apple - but is the new OS all it seems?
17 Jan 2014

BYOD: too much choice is a dangerous thing

The wide open landscape of BYOD is being fenced off into more manageable subdivisions like CYOD and COPE. Will these new acronyms help?
17 Jan 2014

How Rocco Forte Hotels accommodates mobile needs of staff and guests

Rocco Forte Hotels group IT director Emmanuel Clave tells Danny Palmer how mobile devices and mobile solutions are improving day-to-day activities for both staff and guests
16 Jan 2014

Tailor-made agility at Net-a-Porter

Richard Lloyd-Williams, Net-a-Porter’s group IT director, tells Danny Palmer how organising his fast-expanding department into agile, business-focused development teams is enabling it to react more quickly to the needs of the firm and its customers
13 Jan 2014

Facebook buys Indian mobile startup Little Eye Labs

Social networking giant expands its mobile technology portfolio with $15m acquisition
08 Jan 2014

BlackBerry CEO favours enterprise over consumer market

"If there's a dollar I need to spend between the consumer space and the enterprise space I'll spend it on the enterprise space," says John Chen.
08 Jan 2014

EE reaches two million 4G customers as SME uptake increases

Mobile network provider says 75 per cent of new and upgrading SMEs are selecting its high-speed mobile service
07 Jan 2014

Salesforce1: a case of style over substance?

Peter Gothard examines the SaaS pioneer’s new mobile platform, which some have hailed as a radical upgrade but others have dismissed as snake oil
06 Jan 2014

Of toys and tablets

Tomy’s products may appeal to the younger consumer, but that does not mean its systems are child’s play. Peter Gothard finds out how Sybase and Afaria helped sales staff go mobile
24 Dec 2013

BlackBerry executive exodus continues with three more departures

VPs of global sales, strategic alliances and global public policy all off
18 Dec 2013