On April 10th, digital strategists from four diverse industries came together to discuss mobility, big data and more in our "Mobility as an Engagement Enabler" panel at Phorum Philly.
With a complex vendor landscape and deluge of features, it's important for IT buyers to parse the top requirements for mobile management. Analyst, John Jackson, shared his thoughts on the top priorities.
Schools looking to take advantage of tablets and smartphones in the classroom need to have the right mobile device, app, and content management in place to ensure a safe, secure and successful learning experience for all.
At IBM Pulse on Monday, our own Jim Szafranski walked the audience through the factors that need to be satisfied in order for organizations to successfully embrace BYOD.
While MDM has helped organizations deal with the fragmentation, our recent study shows just how Android is enabling productivity in the enterprise.
In order for organizations to develop an effective mobility policy, 6 areas must be considered: Security, Employee Privacy, Eligibility, Acceptable Usage Policy, Technical Support, and Reimbursement.
Touted as the most significant release since the iPhone, iOS 7 has made waves in the enterprise. We look back at one of our most popular webinars from 2013 and go into the enterprise features that have helped make Apple's mobile devices a more accepted option in our BYOD world.
Is distributing apps to employees' smartphones and tablets a love/hate relationship? Then you need to look to old Napoli to find your "App"more.
When it comes to building the right mobility plan for your business, a security focused mobile first approach is necessary to stay ahead of the mobile consumerization curve in 2014.
With mobile app usage becoming more commonplace everday in the office, we examine how to design, develop and deploy an app in the enterprise according to the mobile app lifecycle.