Wearables are the next big thing and enterprises will face more risks as they are brought to work by employees.
The progression of mobility in the enterprise so far is akin to a child entering its early awkward teenage years, according to 451 Analyst Chris Marsh. How will this change in 2015? What trends need to go and what's coming? This exclusive report explores looks ahead and Marsh provides practical recommendations.
No one is really happy with today’s password-dependent authentication schemes, but how can security be resolved to satisfy demanding employees while avoiding smart threats? This paper shows you the path, and covers the next-gen solutions to simplifying access to enterprise mobile applications.
IT departments can support nearly three times more users in BYO than in enterprise-owned tablet programs.
Wearables will invade the workplace and pose a greater threat than other personal devices.
BES12 will handle Galaxy smartphones and tablets that are embedded with KNOX.
CEO John Chen will announce the company's vision for secure collaboration and productivity.
A new, cross-platform mobile development environment, connects backend data to create enterprise mobile solutions for workforces—on any device.
Mobility has changed everything in the enterprise, which was not prepared for the quick advancement and influx of devices. Everything will change again, but this time there is a chance to be ready. This paper looks ahead to help you plan for security as the mobile evolution continues.
Charles River Laboratories, Delta Air Lines, Maxim Integrated recognized with Mobilizer Award from Mobile Enterprise.