But voter skepticism about online security has some Washington state officials responsible for general elections wary of rolling the tech.
Stories by Lucas Mearian
By refusing to put a permanent backdoor in its iOS platform, Apple is protecting millions of users from future threats by both governments and hackers.
IoT and blockchain may be a natural fit, but it will still take five to 10 years before kinks are worked out.
Blockchain is gaining ground in the supply chain arena, enabling suppliers to verify food origins and ensure regulatory rules are met.
BlackBerry's latest version of its flagship Enterprise Mobility Suite is aimed at enabling management of all devices and apps across all vendor platforms.
A decentralised storage service is claiming their capacity is cheaper and more resilient than big players such as Amazon S3.
Microsoft's decision to integrate third-party mobile threat defense software is a sign of bigger things to come for the company's UEM platform.
While C-level positions were all the rage when mobility was new in the enterprise, the role of CMO – while still somewhat prevalent – is now largely unnecessary and could even hurt your bottom line.
Ossia's Forever Tracker technology would charge multiple IoT devices from 15 feet or further away.
Under regulatory pressure, a large number of pharmaceutical manufacturers, shippers and wholesalers are adopting blockchain to track and trace prescription drugs.
Truckee Meadows Community College has more than 3,000 desktops, tablets and IoT devices that it manages through a single interface. But the journey to unified endpoint management wasn't simple – and it came with a few surprises.
While we've come to depend on smartphones for much of our daily lives, too often we run apps, services or systems that unnecessarily hit battery life.
Deloitte has unveiled a mobile computing platform that can be used to host a blockchain network on a small-scale so companies can test its capabilities.
As the desire to increase voter turnout remains strong and the number of online voting pilot projects rises in the U.S. and abroad, some security experts warn any internet-based election system is wide open to attack, regardless of the underlying infrastructure.
Cybersecurity vendor Kudelski Security hopes the flawed open-source ledger it's created will help users learn about blockchain and let developers suggest security enhancements.