Mobile technology has transformed the construction sector, as do most industries. It has enhanced communication, decision-making, resource tracking, and management, encompassing materials, people, and workflows. The needs and wants of the construction sector for mobile devices, on the other hand,

The importance of transportation and logistics in the global economy cannot be overstated. However, moving people and things throughout the world is now more complicated and difficult than it has ever been. The world's economy is under strain as debt levels

Hoteliers are encountering issues in meeting the expectations of both visitors and workers who are carrying a growing number of mobile devices as the BYOD trend in the lodging industry grows. The advantages of mobile are numerous, but ensuring optimum

Whether you have a warehouse, 3PL, last mile delivery service, distribution centre, or manufacturing plant. Managing many mobile devices can consume a significant amount of time, effort, and money, as well as occupying your IT team work capacity. Operations might

Millennials adore their smartphones and tablets. They use them for work, money management, and sharing (sometimes far too much) personal information with their social network connections. For banks and financial services firms that employ Millennial workers, finding a balance between

With a tremendous influx of patients, the pandemic had caused a significant rise in workloads at a number of hospitals across the globe, prompting institutions to swiftly enhance the speed and efficiency of their workflows. The medical technology sector produces a

Smartphones are ubiquitous, and people are increasingly using their own mobile devices for work. While mobile technology might improve productivity and convenience, it also poses a severe security risk. According to CheckPoint's Mobile Security Report 2021, nearly every firm (97

Today's businesses rely mostly on mobility to keep their scattered, remote workforces productive, connected, and well-managed.  As the number of devices deployed in the organization grows, firms must look to the future to see how they might become more adaptable and

Enabling remote work while reducing downtime and disruption to organizational productivity has become a leadership issue for companies, particularly during the global epidemic of the previous few months. Even the largest tech companies have been victims of cybersecurity breaches and