A new generation of workers is skirting IT and policy in new ways, but that just might mean new opportunity for the business.
New report shows that BYOD has not been solved; in many cases, has not even been decided upon yet; and in some cases, was already abandoned.
New solutions are suited for the different needs of different businesses.
Most companies still grapple with how to effectively merge the continued demand for printed documents with the increasing volume of digital information.
Enterprises now need to move from just supporting mobile workers to enabling them. The next gen of enterprise mobility management (EMM) tools, mobile app development strategies, collaboration tools and mobile apps will help organizations achieve productivity.
Nearly one-quarter of companies allow corporate data access with no security at all.
Healthcare company moves to BYOD for cost cutting, productivity and convenience.
What are the most important technologies to this mobile executive?
Data intensive apps may force a change in device preference.
When envisioning your mobile enterprise in five years, what does it look like and can you get there? This paper shows you how to think about and apply mobility in a new way—one that is ready for the future and results in a fully connected business as the way to have a real-time, complete and seamless view of everything.