Enabling even one or two of these five considerations will start you on the path to BYOD and allow your business to start reaping the benefits while maintaining security and creating a productive environment for employees.
Siemens and AirWatch's partnership aims to simplify the implementation of mobile unified communications and managed mobility solutions to address the "bring your own device" (BYOD) reality.
Seventy-five percent of respondents in the emerging, "high-growth" markets (including Brazil, Russia, India, UAE, and Malaysia) demonstrate a much higher propensity to use their own devices at work, compared to 44% in more mature markets.
Among SMBs support for Android tablets is catching up to the iPad.
Thirty-nine percent of the U.S. workforce is now operating in mobile or remote locations for a significant portion of their time. In this report from Yankee Group and Mobile Enterprise, analyst Chris Marsh reviews the transformational 2012 and looks at mobile opportunities of the future.
Dell says its Wyse Cloud Client Manager helps IT departments cost-effectively offer the experience employees require while working to secure sensitive corporate data and enforce business policies.
Gartner analysts recently discussed the end of PC use and the growing importance of MDM, with tablets driving the trend.
GroupLogic’s activEcho 2.6 has enhanced security and management options while being easier to deploy and use.
The new Splashtop for Business solution released a preview version to prospective users in August.
What technologies will become obsolete? Which will grow? Five trends around BYOD, VPN, AaaS, big data and business intelligence run in a circle.