Amazon's Fire Phone announcement means another titan has entered hte smartphone war and businesses must get ready for a new device coming into the office. The good news is that MaaS360 will provide instant support when the phones are released.
We're taking a look at the Microsoft ecosystem, how its current momentum will affect the future, and what organizations can do to securely support and manage their devices in the enterprise.
Wireless Supervision, Mandatory and Lockable MDM, and the Customization of the Activation Process are three features that make Apple's new Device Enrollment Program great for organizations looking to deploy and manage Apple devices in the enterprise.
As BYOD helps workforces achieve greater mobility, organizations must keep an eye out for shadow IT, the use of unauthorized apps in the enterprise that could put your data at risk.
As the holiday season ushers in new smartphones and tablets for many, don't be one of the 68% of folks who say data leak protection is the last thing on their mind before discarding their old devices. Follow these four steps to ensure the security of your corporate data.
In order to alleviate the risks involved with data breaches caused by unsecured personal devices in the healthcare industry, a combination of Network Access Control (NAC) and Mobile Device Management (MDM) is needed.
An updated operating system is helping Amazon make the case for establishing the Kindle Fire as the ideal workplace tablet. We recap our most recent webinar and look at how you can incorporate these tablets into your BYOD program.
Guest article. The following is by Emily, a High School student entering her senior year and learning about Mobile Device Management (MDM) during her summer internship with MaaS360. Emily was asked to highlight how her school is using mobile devices to improve education and how MDM can help.
Rural takes on a new definition in the mobile age. Where once cable and wiring were the only roads to network connectivity, today’s intangible infrastructure can connect a farmer on the back forty as easily as a stock broker on 42nd street.
Faster than a speeding bullet, mobile devices have infiltrated ITs fortress of technology procurement solitude. Unlike most villains to IT, this is one with a noble pursuit. Users aren’t trying to overthrow ITs sovereignty as part of some nefarious scheme, they are merely trying to get more work done with the technology they are most comfortable with. Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) offers untold potential for organizations, and IT can serve this new nirvana of productivity assuming they bring the right super powers to the battle.