Here is a recap of the HOBI blog for the week of 8/8-8/12
- How reverse logistics ensures mobile asset management accountability
- The move to mobile is in full swing, and for this reason, more and more enterprises are choosing to adopt a CYOD policy for employee mobile devices. The rising popularity of CYOD policies also means more enterprises are turning towards mobile asset management specialists to consult them in the implementation, repair, data management, refurbishment and recycling of corporate mobile devices.
- App store anticipated to reach 5 million by 2020, will app security developments catch up?
- Sensor Tower, an app intelligence firm, reports the apple app store will reach or exceed 5 million apps by 2020. If their predictions are true, this means the app store will double in size within four years.
- What to do with older devices after back-to-school upgrades
- The new school year is right around the corner. As classes grow closer, students and teachers may be looking to upgrade their devices for the best educational technology offered. With device upgrades on the horizon, it’s important for consumers to consider the opportunities for their old devices once they’ve reached the end of their use.
- iPhone 7 rumored to have upgraded camera, ditches headphone jack
- Apple is expected to release the newest version of the iPhone, the iPhone 7, in September. The new device launch follows two straight quarters of decreasing sales, and an overall 15 percent decrease compared to last year’s iPhone shipments.