Learn how the government is managing bring your own device (BYOD) and reducing costs through its mobility initiatives.
Is your organization taking the right steps to achieve secure and compliant cloud computing practices amid the mobile age?
With HIPAA and other stringent regulations, how can healthcare providers adapt to bring your own device (BYOD)?
Read and learn how US government agencies are adjusting their strategies to ride the rising BYOD wave.
While many travel into the world of BYOD undaunted, a significant number have pumped their brakes due to perceived security complexities, support difficulties and a non-existent ROI. Will widespread adoption stall or plummet?
Is your company prepared for mobility in 2013? As new devices continue to hit the market and enter the workplace, IT must place mobile device management (MDM) and mobile application management (MAM) adoption in higher priority.
In yesterday's MaaSters webinar, Stephen Drake, Program VP of Mobile Enterprise at IDC, covered challenges for IT in managing mobility in 2013, and how mobile device management (MDM) and mobile application management (MAM) can help.
Discover the key security risks that IT executives must be aware of when defining a bring your own device (BYOD) program in the mobile age.
In an increasingly complex and crowded mobile device management market, Fiberlink President and COO, Chris Clark, explains what separates MaaS360 from the competition.
Companies that fail to create adequate bring your own device (BYOD) policies put data security at risk and forego productivity gains. How will you adjust for a safe and fruitful 2013?
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