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Protecting Corporate Data in the BYOD Era

by Kevin Olivieri | 27 Feb 2014

At IBM Pulse on Monday, our own Jim Szafranski walked the audience through the factors that need to be satisfied in order for organizations to successfully embrace BYOD.


Transforming Mobile Management and Security


From Monday's IBM Pulse Keynote, President & COO, Chris Clark, discusses MaaS360's role in IBM's Unified Device Management and reveals a major success story.

by Kevin Olivieri | 26 Feb 2014


Android Acceptance Accelerates in Enterprise BYOD

While MDM has helped organizations deal with the fragmentation, our recent study shows just how Android is enabling productivity in the enterprise.

by Rob Patey | 24 Feb 2014


In Case You Missed It – Mobility News from the week of February 17th – 21st

Get caught up on the biggest stories in mobility from February 17th to the 21st with our Mobility news roundup!

Get caught up on the biggest stories in mobility from February 17th to the 21st with our Mobility news roundup!

by Kevin Olivieri | 24 Feb 2014


Being Bold at Pulse 2014

With keynotes, speaking sessions, demonstrations and more, MaaS360 will be everywhere at IBM Pulse 2014. Take a look at this preview to see what to expect next week at the premier cloud conference!

by Kevin Olivieri | 21 Feb 2014


6 Bedrocks of Mobile Policy

In order for organizations to develop an effective mobility policy, 6 areas must be considered: Security, Employee Privacy, Eligibility, Acceptable Usage Policy, Technical Support, and Reimbursement.

by Kevin Olivieri | 19 Feb 2014


In Case You Missed It – Mobility News from the week of February 10th – 14th

Get caught up on the biggest stories in mobility from February 10th to the 14th with our Mobility news roundup!

by Kevin Olivieri | 17 Feb 2014


Key Security Features and the future of iOS 7 in the Enterprise

Part 2 of our iOS 7 webinar series, which focused on new security features, became the most popular webinar of 2013. We revist the security advances, how MaaS360 enhances these, and look towards the future of iOS 7 in the enterprise.

by Kevin Olivieri | 14 Feb 2014


Revisiting how to take advantage of iOS 7's powerful enterprise features

Touted as the most significant release since the iPhone, iOS 7 has made waves in the enterprise. We look back at one of our most popular webinars from 2013 and go into the enterprise features that have helped make Apple's mobile devices a more accepted option in our BYOD world.

by Kevin Olivieri | 12 Feb 2014


That's "App"more

Is distributing apps to employees' smartphones and tablets a love/hate relationship? Then you need to look to old Napoli to find your "App"more.

by Rob Patey | 10 Feb 2014


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