Gartner predicts Bring Your Own Device becoming the norm versus the exception.
Unchaining technology from the desk allows BYODers to get more done on the go, but what happens when these smartphones and tablets go MIA? Learn how organizations are securing proprietary information in the event of a loss or theft.
IT in retail is looking for ways to capitalize on bring your own device (BYOD) and mobile payments. Look no further than mobile device management (MDM) for secure, productive mobility.
Learn how the government is managing bring your own device (BYOD) and reducing costs through its mobility initiatives.
In yesterday's MaaSters webinar, Stephen Drake, Program VP of Mobile Enterprise at IDC, covered challenges for IT in managing mobility in 2013, and how mobile device management (MDM) and mobile application management (MAM) can help.
Companies that fail to create adequate bring your own device (BYOD) policies put data security at risk and forego productivity gains. How will you adjust for a safe and fruitful 2013?
Mobile devices were once malware immune, but as their ability to behave more like a computer increases, so does the inevitability that blackhats will find new and creative ways to infect these devices and siphon information one app at a time.
According to Gartner, mobile phones will become the most commonly used devices for web access by next year, overtaking the PC. Read how enterprise IT is expected to respond in years that come.
IT must learn how to manage the new freedoms handed to their workers since the advent of the smartphone. Can they do so without stepping on any toes?
A recent survey by Global Information uncovered the extent to which BYOD will spread by the end of the year. The survey found that 65 percent of enterprises plan to incorporate some form of BYOD, while only 11 percent have no plans for implementation.