Rajant, the provider of mobile wireless mesh network technology, now offers a C1D2 intrinsically safe wireless radio option for industries operating in hazardous environments. The new ME4-2450R-C1D2 creates opportunities for a variety of industries
Automaker investment and engagement with so-called “new mobility” services is on the rise, as more organisations view the endeavors as data-gathering exercises for a possible future without car ownership. However, the user experience (UX) of these new services is often an afterthought, particularly for car-sharing services.
According to a new research report by IoT analyst firm Berg Insight, the number of users of carsharing services worldwide is forecasted to grow from 23.8 million people in 2017 at a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 20.6% to reach 60.8 million people in 2022.
BroadSoft, Inc. now a part of Cisco, and a global market provider in cloud calling, meeting, messaging and contact centre software as a service (SaaS), has made it quicker and easier than ever for BroadWorks® service providers to provide businesses access to popular BroadSoft cloud unified communications (UC)
LeasePlan, the provider of fleet management, and TomTom Telematics, a provider of vehicle telematics and connected car services, announce a partnership where LeasePlan will offer the latest in cloud-based fleet management technology to its corporate customers.
As the challenges of urban mobility grow, thyssenkrupp continues to transform how it delivers service in the elevator industry, which transports over a billion people each day and is valued at US$44 billion/year(€37.26 billion/year).
Digital identity and mobile credentials provider Intercede announced an integration with MobileIron, the security backbone for the multi-cloud enterprise, on a new derived credentials solution to secure and protect U.S. Federal Government employees and their data.
Australia slipped to 5th place in enterprise mobility maturity in 2016 in the Asia/Pacific (excluding Japan) region according to a recent regionwide study by IDC.
When an enterprise has hundreds or thousands of employees with business mobile devices like smartphones or tablets, managing and monitoring the connectivity, data usage, and general operation of those mobile devices can be a challenge that leads to high enterprise mobility costs.