More websites, devices and user accounts adds up to more passwords, more access pathways and lots of bad security behavior by employees and even IT. What are the right strategies for keeping pace with proper identity management in the mobile era?
The constant cycle of smartphones and tablets kept the BYOD trend going strong, but we are also seeing a slight reverse of this move with COPE and CYOD. What works best?
Cisco ISE and GO!Enterprise EMM provide insights into the posture of mobile devices so IT can enforce appropriate network access policies.
Research from VDC shows that the process for provisioning a new mobile device can easily surpass $100 per device. SOTI's latest release addresses this and more.
The biggest challenge facing enterprises in the increasingly mobile world is balancing between user freedom and protecting the business, but the right strategy can do both.
With more than a billion workers worldwide already mobile, enterprises that learn how to properly support and encourage these "always-on" workers will gain a major competitive edge.
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.