Mobility is remaking the global business world. The importance of building an enterprise-wide mobile strategy is more prominent than ever. This eBook will inform you on how to articulate an enterprise mobile management strategy and more.
With consumer devices now boasting IP67 ratings, it can be challenging to convince your customers that IP ratings are only part of what makes a device truly rugged. That’s why we’ve created an infographic to aid your conversations.
Rugged devices are put through various tests to ensure they can survive the most extreme outdoor environments. These include sudden temperature changes, the ability to fully operate after drops from 3m and exposure to varying effects of atmospheric pressure, plus many more.
HTC is expected to unveil its latest flagship smartphone, the 10, at an online launch event scheduled for April 12.
Features of the new HTC 10 phone of interest to enterprise users include Qualcomm’s latest Snapdragon 820 chip with Adreno 530 graphics, 4GB of RAM and 23GB of free internal storage supplemented by a microSD slot, which should bump up storage to around 32GB in total (minus operating system and preloaded software), according to VentureBeat’s Evan Bass, who had spoken to a source who had seen the prototype.
The 5.1-inch HTC 10 is expected to run Android 6.0.1 Marshmallow and have HTC’s Sense 8.0 user interface and a 1440 x 2560 QHD display. It will feature a rear-facing camera with 12-pixel resolution and laser-assisted autofocus. Both the front-facing and rear-facing lenses offer optical image stabilization, according to Bass.
HTC is counting on the HTC 10 to be a big hit to help it rebound from several quarters of losses, reported Diana Goovaerts with WirelessWeek. In its most recent quarter, HTC reported an operating loss of $126.8 million on $794.8 million in revenue, the third consecutive quarterly loss for the Taiwan-based
Whitepaper: Prepare Your Business for the Future of Mobility
The mobile market is evolving, and organizations must be ready to meet the needs of a multi-device mobile environment that includes not only smartphones and tablets, but also wearables and smart devices in the IoT.
This whitepaper from AT&T provides key insight into new challenges, including:
- BYOD and Corporate Device Management
- Mobile Application Strategy
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