The iPhone was one of the main drivers that broke through the enterprise barrier and led us into the BYOD age—and while it still may be premature thought, the Apple Watch is expected to cause the same ripple effect for wearables in the enterprise.
Survey finds unmanaged personal devices that make up nearly 1/3 of BYOD used to access corporate data leaves businesses highly vulnerable to data exposure.
BYOD can be a very polarizing topic for IT. Some view it as a solution while others see it as a risk. Read this eGuide and learn how you can address several new BYOD challenges facing IT.
According to research from Good Technology, IOS continues to dominate the enterprise. But, Android and Windows make strides on the tablet front.
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The sale of wearable devices is expected to grow by 61% in 2015, and WYOD is bringing new risk to the enterprise.
Varian's implementation of MobileIron supports a pro-mobile corporate culture in which employees can access email, corporate data and productivity-enhancing apps from anywhere, on any device.
To meet user demand and protect the enterprise, identity services should include these must haves.
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