Here at FierceMobileIT we've been curious about the use of wearables within the enterprise. We've covered everything from Google Glass at airports to Apple Watch in factories, and now Samsung is detailing its plans for innovation within the enterprise wearable space.
Apple admitted this week that the heart rate monitor on the Apple Watch, which uses a light sensor, might not work for people with arm tattoos.
Apple and IBM are taking their enterprise mobility partnership overseas through an agreement signed with Japan Post to make it easier to check on elderly residents, the companies announced Thursday.
Not wanting Apple to run away with the mobile enterprise market, Samsung has been focusing on developing mobile devices and security platforms, like KNOX, to convince IT departments that its products are right for the workplace. Its latest effort is the new Galaxy Tab A loaded with enterprise-ready features.
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The key to creating a successful wearable program is presenting sensible use cases for the end user. The clearest way developers have built those use cases is by expanding existing processes and pushing them to a wearable device, which is what Marriott and Apple have teamed up to do on the hotel chain's app for the Apple Watch.
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The Apple Watch has made its grand debut today, with many folks in the enterprise slipping the new wearable on. While fashion may keep commuters oohing and ahhing as they stare at peoples' wrists, there are apps and accessories already on their way to pushing this watch from fun gadget into a daily work companion.
Handle your Apple Watch with care, as it could fall victim to scratches that cause damage to the glass screen.
A serious privilege escalation bug that was supposedly fixed in Yosemite 10.10.3 update still exploitable, says security researcher.