Lighter, thinner, faster, and with an improved battery, Microsoft's new Surface Pro 3 aims to replace the laptop in the enterprise.
In the age of BYOD, organizations who aren't taking the proper security precautions, including passcode, application, and encryption policies, are leaving themselves vulnerable to cybercrimes.
Mobile devices have become so much a part of our everyday lives it’s easy to forget that we store our personal information, banking information, personal pictures, medical information on them. And then we buy a new mobile device because ours simply isn’t fast enough, cool enough or new enough to keep up with the speed of data growth.
As the holiday season ushers in new smartphones and tablets for many, don't be one of the 68% of folks who say data leak protection is the last thing on their mind before discarding their old devices. Follow these four steps to ensure the security of your corporate data.
When it comes to mobile devices, IT is still keeping tighter reigns on corporate versus personally owned smartphones and tablets, even though mobile device management can enforce the same security policies across the board.
Rural takes on a new definition in the mobile age. Where once cable and wiring were the only roads to network connectivity, today’s intangible infrastructure can connect a farmer on the back forty as easily as a stock broker on 42nd street.
As mHealth gains popularity, protecting and securing health information on mobile devices has become a key concern for IT in healthcare. Learn how your organization can hurdle today's most common challenges.
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.
How will smartwatches, Google Glass and other wearable mobile technology impact the enterprise mobility management strategies of tomorrow?
Read about common budget pitfalls brought on by bring your own device (BYOD) and five tips for meeting expectations using mobile expense management (MEM).