Read about common budget pitfalls brought on by bring your own device (BYOD) and five tips for meeting expectations using mobile expense management (MEM).
The road to BYOD productivity doesn't have to be a long one, just remember to chart your course before you embark. If you are just getting started, take the time now to learn from mistakes made by others.
How did their focus on business objectives help Intel churn out 2.75 million productivity hours from its employees in less than a year?
From the eyes of IT, the mixing pot of smartphones, tablets and their mobile operating systems can appear daunting. However, with the right tools, iPads can be managed alongside Androids, BlackBerrys and Windows Phones with little time or effort.
Bring your own device (BYOD) should not be perceived as a stand-alone mobile strategy. Rather, the crux of an evolving digital ecosystem within the enterprise.
With over 150 million employee-owned smartphones in the enterprise today, it would appear the bring your own device trend is here to stay. A recent report by Juniper Research suggests there's no peak in sight for device adoption.
Although the enterprise device environment has grown and diversified, new devices can be accommodated for without squeezing your budget dry.
A recipe that business and IT leaders can use to create a safe and successful bring your own device (BYOD) policy.
Mountain Lion's list of supported models has grown smaller in comparison to Snow Leopard.
On Cnetnews.com I saw the following headline “Adobe reports ‘critical’ flaw in Flash, Acrobat.” Unlike the typical viewer comments, I immediately thought about IT workers reading this, and what their reactions would be. I thought about the person who actually has to do something about this rather than argue why some Apple products are so much better since they don’t have to worry about Flash. So what about the folks in IT who need to understand and address the impact?