The new challenge of the day is finding a way to uphold security and productivity whilst accommodating for newcomer mobile technology. Is it realistic to assume that smartphones and tablets, their data, apps, and docs can be accessed, shared, and utilized in harmony – all while connected the longstanding corporate network?
A recent Business Insider post broke down the 50 most used apps in the enterprise. Here's why you should think twice before using them without a proper app management solution.
While many travel into the world of BYOD undaunted, a significant number have pumped their brakes due to perceived security complexities, support difficulties and a non-existent ROI. Will widespread adoption stall or plummet?
Over 25% of all iOS devices managed on MaaS360 have already made the iOS 6 switch. Update they have, and continue to update they will!
Herein lies Round 3 of the tablet showdown, and perhaps the most interesting part of the debate for users themselves. Where our opening rounds covered the physical tablets--how they appear out of the box and their tech specs--this round covers what your interaction would be like with the device in the context of your home or office. After reading this post, you should have a pretty good idea of which tablet is best suited for you in either respect. If you are in the mood to listen rather than read, you can always watch a recording of the event here (Note: Round 3 begins 22 minutes and 10 seconds into the video).
There was a lot written last week about the new Apps.gov. Here is our list of the Top 5 articles you should've read. (And yes, we'll be writing more as well.)