Did you know that around 45% of the mobile workforce has a job that is compatible with a certain amount of mobile commuting? Wow!
Recently, the MaaS360 MDM solution achieved an important certification under the U.S. Federal Information Security Management Act (FISMA) by the GSA. Google and Salesforce.com are the only other cloud providers who have achieved this certification from the GSA. We've maintained our position as the pioneer in SaaS (software-as-a-service) solutions for secure mobile device and app management. Now that we're a FISMA-certified company, we've become the preferred solution for many Federal agencies.
Mobility has become a top priority for IT and business leaders among organizations of all sizes, driven by the increased pressure to improve productivity across a broadening mobile workforce, the desire to become more operationally efficient, and the need to support the proliferation of smartphones and tablets in the workplace.
Exchange ActiveSync is great for "push" email synchronization with mobile devices, but as a mobile device management platform it has serious architectural and administrative limitations that leave you exposed to significant security risks. To illustrate the point, let's examine how many company’s enable access to Exchange from mobile devices.
Every two weeks the Customer Platform Services team at Fiberlink hosts a webinar on topics of interest to mobile IT professionals. On November 4, we presented a webinar on Enabling Android in the Enterprise. The webinar was meant to provide practical advice to IT practitioners that wanted or needed to take advantage of the new Exchange features supported in Android 2.2 (Froyo) like remote-wipe and password policy enforcement.
For the third follow-up in my series of Five Ways to Reduce Wireless Spend I d like go into more detail about Developing your Wireless Strategy and Leveraging Tools for Enforcement.
I recently posted a blog entitled Five Ways to Reduce Wireless Spend. When I wrote it I had to pare down a lot of the content in order to keep it easily digestible. Now I am following up my original blog with more data.
I admit I need help. I can’t get the Wonder Pets song out of my head. You know, the Nickelodeon show where a baby duck, a guinea pig, and turtle save everything from a mermaid to a cow in outer space. It’s amusing and astounding to me (download it off iTunes—you’ll see). I think about them every day, not so much because my youngest daughter watches the show nonstop, but mostly because my office phone literally … doesn’t… stop… ringing.
As the Director of Technology at Fiberlink, some of my activities are centered on the evaluation of potential technology partners and solutions. The primary goals of this activity are to understand where Fiberlink might leverage a partner technology into the product strategy or to understand a competitive solution.