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Driving Mobility Through MDM

1/15/2013
If enterprises needed a license to drive their mobile device management (MDM) strategy, many would still be working on their learner's permit. A lot of businesses are still going on test drives as they transition from basic MDM to more complex models. Here are a few tips to accelerate your strategy.

Tablets are Huge At CES

1/10/2013
Even though the leading tablet maker is noticeably absent at CES this week, tablets are still big at the show. In fact, Lenovo introduced a table tablet that comes in at 27 inches.

More Tablet Productivity with Good Apps

1/10/2013
Edit Microsoft Office and Adobe files with one of Good Technology’s new enterprise apps from big name third-party partners like Microsoft and Adobe.

Tablets Require BYOD Policies Too

1/9/2013
With the large volume of tablet sales this past holiday season, companies need to incorporate rules for tablet use in their BYOD policies to be prepared for the influx of new devices being brought to work.

Sophos Secures Per User, Not Device

1/9/2013
Combining endpoint and mobile protection to simplify security, the new Enduser Protection by Sophos strives to minimize IT expenses and improve business productivity in a multiple device BYOD environment.

MEAP, MADP and More: The New Rules of Application Development

1/4/2013
Mobile enterprise application platforms (MEAPs) promise a write-once, deploy-everywhere efficiency where the solution provider takes on the burden of supporting the next big device and embeds intuitive expertise in mobile interface design, along with offering speedy deployment and self-sufficiency, freeing IT departments who don't usually have the resources and budgets from expensive outside developers. This report examines the technology behind mobile application development for the enterprise and takes a look at the platform landscape.
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Who Owns Mobility

Less than one decade ago, smartphones and tablets changed workplace technology—virtually overnight. IT lost "control" and users became decision makers. Is it any wonder we are still trying to figure things out, and that the question of  "who owns mobility" remains? This research examines the current state of mobility in an attempt to answer that question.