Our latest study of over 130,000 mobile devices reveals that more companies are utilizing remote wipes - and they're doing it quite often.
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.
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.
Omnibus has recently impacted healthcare providers and their affiliates as it strengthens the rules and regulations found in HIPAA and HITECH. Is your mobile environment Omnibus compliant?
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.
Read and learn how IT management in the legal sector has responded to challenges brought on by the bring your own device (BYOD) trend.
In an increasingly complex and crowded mobile device management market, Fiberlink President and COO, Chris Clark, explains what separates MaaS360 from the competition.
Struggling to craft an impactful New Year's resolution for 2013? Let's begin with an assessment of your approach to enterprise mobility over the course of the past year.
With BYOD, the more precautions you've taken, the better off you'll be. Learn what approaches are being taken to address the challenges of managing a mobile workforce.
In situations where no BYOD program exists, one must ask why? The answer is simple: ever-advancing mobile hardware and software have created a very large headache for those tasked with managing devices. What can be done?