How do you keep mobile data secure when employees work outside the scope of policy? What should IT do to turn the trend around and regain influence without compromising productivity?
AT&T partners with Airwatch, MobileIron and Good to integrate separate corporate billing, data, voice and messaging plans into personal devices expanding the case for BYOD.
BlackBerry EMM solution and smartphones, the Passport and Classic, will replace the majority of iOS devices.
The holiday season saw iOS on top—again—but security stands to be the case for mobile choice in 2015.
Often contrary to 2013 predictions, our top headlines reflect the reality of enterprise mobility, covering the most important issues and calling out the movers and shakers, including American Airlines, Coca-Cola, Apple, Samsung, Microsoft, BlackBerry, 451 Research, Forrester, Gartner, Lopez Research and more.
Millions of devices will be activated by your employees once the holiday season is over.
How much has changed in mobile since our 2011 app survey? Check out the latest data around what employees are using for work and what dramatic change is coming to the way we build apps.
If you thought the risks and threats to the enterprise were tough this year, that's nothing compared to what is coming.
Authentication, secure messaging and access, meeting capabilities and support services have been packaged to get beyond traditional EMM.
As the industry looks ahead to next year, all roads lead to mobile—IoT explosion, big data cleanup, cloud and more cloud, network and infrastructure investment. How will the enterprise be impacted?