This year, which security concerns will impact the global workforce the most? Read 5 trends we expect will gain mobile momentum this month leading into March.
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.
The MDM market is expected to undergo rapid evolution in the coming years. Read and learn what is influencing this change and the direction this market is headed.
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.
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.
With the tremendous growth in the adoption of smartphones and tablets, mobile application and data security have become more important than ever before. Companies of all sizes are now starting to think beyond mobile device management (MDM) to focus on boosting the security of the devices and applications as employee interest in connecting them to their corporate data continues to rise. This undeniable trend has led companies to seek new ways to allow these devices to connect and share information while maintaining a level security around their corporate data.
After the phone hacking scandal was exposed in UK recently, the question on every phone user’s mind is this: Is my phone being hacked? It has been proven once again that a little negligence on the part of the user can make data vulnerable to attacks. Thus, the security of smartphones and other mobile devices should be a priority of all individual users and enterprises.