February 12, 2014, On Computerworld website

How should the business strategies change as a result of the spread of the BYOD phenomenon? He discusses the Mobiz-Mobility Forum 2014 scheduled in Rome on 12th of March and in Milan on 18th of June 2014.

February 4, 2014 by Stefano Castelnuovo on BITMAT website

A Cisco and VEM image shows the state of the phenomenon, the fears and the advantages of BYOD spread.

Today the companies see to the enterprise devices consumerization, and the BYOD as a problem, rather than as an opportunity or a way to increase productivity. The pressure from employees (of all age and level) is strong, but many doubts still exist about the introduction and the use of new devices and new ways of communication and relationship. The more differences are related to the security and the control but also to the interoperability between mobile devices, systems and applications in the enterprise, often legacy.  

January 20 , 2013 by Padmasree Warrior (Cisco's Chief Technology & Strategy Office)
What an exciting time to be in the tech industry. We are at the beginning of a major transition to the Mobile-Cloud era. Trends like bring your own device (BYOD), access anywhere, virtualization, and machine-to-machine connections have given way to a new breed of applications. We estimate that approximately 50 billion devices will be connected by 2020. In 2010 alone, more than 350.000 applications were developed with more than three million downloads. A 44-fold increase in data creation is predicted from 2010 to 2020, with 34 percent of it in the cloud. All of this leads to a world of intuitive connections between people, processes, data and things on the network – the Internet of Everything.

Nova Milanese, January 17, 2014 by Monica Lutrino (Twingroup Marketing Coordinator)

To communicate the recent partnership between Catavolt and AirWatch, American leader in Mobile Device solutions Management, Mobile Application Management and Mobile Content Management, the two companies have decided to join together to MOBILE WORLD CONGRESS 2014 in Barcelona.

Posted on January 7, 2014 by Eric Martin on Catavolt Blog

Customer Relationship Management (CRM) applications like, Zoho, and others are where many sales people truly live every day, whether in the four walls of the office or on the road. The typical common daily tasks such as keeping up with leads, opportunities and accounts still ring true no matter what application you’re using. Mobile apps, however, are now providing sales people with opportunities to be more responsive to customers – the beginning of the evolution from account “upseller” to actionable customer service resource.

Company surges to new heights in enterprise mobility market in 2013; doubles revenues; triples staff; moves to new corporate headquarters

Alpharetta, GA. (PRWEB) December 09, 2013

Nova Milanese,  December 2013

Infor, one of the leaders in Enterprise software and services with more than 70,000 customers, announced it has completed the acquisition of TDCI , Inc. The deal, initially announced on April 23, broadens the range of Infor by integrating advanced solutions for products management configuration for enterprises belonging to the manufacturing sector and the distribution sector . The new features will enable companies to maintain expert knowledge about product in models easily manageable,  to guide users in the selection of products, features and options that best meet their needs and to provide specific configurations , which include models , documents and images.

Posted on November 12, 2013 by Eric Martin.

Popular enterprise mobility blogger Brian Katz recently posted “CoIT? No, It’s CoUX!” a quick re-examination of how we use the phrase “consumerization of IT.” His point is mainly that it’s about the user, providing them what they need quickly, and making it “disappear” so they can get back to work. Though some may argue that it’s just semantics, he is actually on to something.

Posted on October 14, 2013 by .

Everyone’s heard the drill before about enterprise mobility: it’s about making your employees more productive, “increasing operational efficiency,” and other anecdotal phrases that while true might be hard to quantify. What’s missing in this message is the fact that mobile is really about making data work harder for you, not data making people work harder.

Posted on Infor website - 03:02 PM on Thu, Oct 10, 2013

New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo stopped by Infor headquarters in Manhattan this week to say hello and see what all the buzz is about Hook & Loop.