Logic would lead to the conclusion that utilizing a mobile first strategy—designing experiences for mobile devices and processes, with the mobile user in mind—would automatically lead to mobile productivity, but that is not the reality. Here are the critical things needed to take mobile productivity to the next level.
The average mobile enterprise supporting BYOD has an app environment that can steal data, perform suspicious actions and share personal info
To support the company's motto of "creating a culture of genius," Mark Grimse, VP of IT, Rambus, supports personal devices so his team can focus on more valuable IT work.
Twelve million people were victims of fraud last year—one every 2 seconds—to a tune of $16 billion.
Cybersecurity has led to competing priorities in IT and businesses need easy-to-use solutions to manage all the issues.
With a large number of global users and penetration in key international markets, BlackBerry is taking advantage of the Mobile World Congress stage—here's all the key announcements at a glance.
The new smartphone fits in the affordable category and is "built for career builders" and is the third device BlackBerry has released this year.
Businesses should be happy with the built-in security of the new Galaxy S6 and Galaxy S6 edge and employees should be confident in BYO acceptance while enjoying cool colors, curves and cameras.
To meet the changing needs of enterprises and mobile professionals —as well as device makers serving them, BlackBerry expanding its cross-platform strategy.
BYOD is nearly a standard—with 90% of organizations predicted to support some aspect of BYO by 2017, but have most organizations really taken all the steps needed to protect and manage the environment?