Mobile Computing is a generic term describing your ability to use technology 'untethered', that is not physically connected, or in remote or mobile (non static) environments. The term is evolved in modern usage such that it requires that the mobile computing activity be connected wirelessly to and through the internet or to and through a private network. This connection ties the mobile device to centrally located information and/or application software through the use of battery powered, portable, and wireless computing and communication devices.
White Paper Published By: Cisco
Published Date: May 14, 2015
Depuis la naissance de l'informatique, la technologie a connu d'importantes évolutions. Dans les années 60, le modèle de calcul dominant reposait sur des unités centrales, lesquelles ont été remplacées une décennie plus tard par les mini-ordinateurs.
Webinar Published By: IBM
Published Date: May 12, 2015
The security threat landscape is rapidly evolving: from risks with the proliferation of mobile devices to the increased sophistication of organized cyber criminals and geopolitical threats. Healthcare has a significant burden with the dubious distinction of having the highest per record data breach cost among all regulated industries.
An IDC analysis of organizations adopting Dropbox for Business shows high end-user
satisfaction and a strong return on investment (ROI) impacting both end-user productivity
and IT infrastructure savings.