With the new iPhone 6's released today, we dive into the 4 key features that could have the biggest impact on the enterprise!
While the physical keyboard has gone the way of the dinosaur, the other benefits offered by the BlackBerry experience —like native OS security and isolation of corporate data—have taken exponential leaps forward with iOS 7 and Mobile Device Management (MDM) solutions.
With the dust now settled, we all have an extra glimpse into how enterprise mobility will be transformed when iOS 7 begins entering the workplace next week.
By wrapping security protocols around the 4.2.2 Multiple-User functionality, Android just took another step towards being as attractive for the suits and ties set as it is for shorts and sneakers users.
The dust has settled from Apple’s World Wide Developers Conference (WWDC) and now begins the waiting game…sort of. As with any new OS release, businesses can only wait so long to see how new feature sets will and will not mesh with corporate systems.
How can your colleagues securely access corporate data while preserving the mobile experience on their personal devices?
How will smartwatches, Google Glass and other wearable mobile technology impact the enterprise mobility management strategies of tomorrow?
Last week’s launches have left mobile workers to decide between the iPad mini, Nexus 7 and the Surface as their tablet of choice. By the same token, IT admins must too decide which platforms to support. Which will it be — one, two or all three?
BYOD-friendly IT departments can expect increased demand for iOS 6 and Android 4.1 support as the two mobile operating systems compete for mobile worker market share.
For enterprises, especially those that have jumped head-first into bring your own device (BYOD), the fundamental question remains whether this year's pre-order bonanza stems from bleeding edge buyers or John and Mary employees who will be demanding corporate support by September's end.