Read and find out why on-premise and in-house mobile device management solutions are losing ground to their cloud-based competition.
MaaS360 is using the remaining days of spring as an excuse to branch out a little more. In fact, within the next two weeks, we're looking to double our social media connections on LinkedIn, Twitter and Facebook.
Shortly after Steve Jobs' passing in October, many of his mourners expressed a similar sentiment: not only do people love Apple products, they see the products as extensions of themselves.
The consumerization of IT has mobile workers and Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) enthusiasts knocking at the door of the enterprise. Some organizations have been quick to answer the call; rapidly expanding well-established programs for mobile device usage and management. Others remain a bit more pensive in their strategy formation. When it comes to mobile device management (MDM), Gartner analysts believe new and expanding programs should be driven by clearly defined and measurable business objectives.
Last Thursday, we took the new iPad out of the box and gave our webinar attendees a chance to see what Apple's latest tablet has to offer. Here you'll find overview of what was covered for those who were unable to join us. Read onward for a tech spec overview, steps for managing business applications, and a few recommendations for 4G LTE cost containment.
Should employees be allowed to bring their personal handheld devices to work?
The rise of consumerization is forcing companies to adapt their mobile strategies or risk falling behind their industry counterparts. Personal-owned and consumer-based technology is accelerating the use of smartphones and tablets at most organizations and presenting executives with choices for mobile device management, Gartner experts say.
The launch of the Apple Developer Enterprise program and the recent iOS 5 debut significantly demonstrate that Apple is serious about its enterprise market. Some of its core features have improved our mobile experience while some have raised concerns about any associated data integrity and security implications. So, is iOS 5 a welcome upgrade for IT? Does Apple’s new upgrade offer any advantages and better built-in support for managing them?
Apple has announced their latest iPhone, the 4S, and it certainly is shiny. A more powerful chip, an 8MP camera, and best of all, you can talk to it! The Siri personal assistant responds to voice commands to locate restaurants and remind you to do things. She will even send what you say as a text and speak the response aloud! (Let’s hope this reduces the number of people who insist on texting and driving.) We won’t know if Siri will open the pod bay doors, though, until we can actually try the phone. And don’t forget the iCloud! Somewhere to put your digital clutter!