In the week or so leading up to the much anticipated, but somewhat under-hyped launch of BlackBerry 10, Research In Motion (RIM) has made some direct product announcements, a specific inference to partnerships, held developer marathons and gained stockholder confidence.
It's the mobile apps (not the devices) that make employees more productive, but they are often missing from EMM discussions. Plus, the word "management" can be viewed as reactive, and a true mobile platform is proactive.
A new study released by Telework Exchange revealed an alarming number of Federal employees' personal smartphones are unlocked, showing the need for security and BYOD policy awareness to support increased mobile productivity.
A recent (but now fixed) vulnerability in the ESPN ScoreCenter app, the No. 1 most downloaded sports app, could have compromised a device and risked data. This is just one example of how consumer apps continue to be a risk for the enterprise as BYOD grows into BYOA.
More than a third of an Eccentex survey respondents say the biggest challenge today is lack of remote access to data.
Almost all respondents to Webalo's recent survey say mobile enterprise access will improve productivity and 59% prefer smartphones over tablets.
Encryption app designed to protect voice and video calls allows Android and iOS users to place highly secure calls anywhere they can find a signal.
Mobile app allows PEX Card administrators to control cash flow in real time, from the field.
Already used on iOS, mobile content management application makes its way to the Android.
T-Mobile and Walmart are offering so-called low-cost options when it comes to BlackBerry and iPhone, but are they worth it?