Mobile Application Management(MAM)

CIOs Talk Mobile Strategy

11/4/2013
In this CIO roundtable, we asked the leaders featured in past issues this year to look back on the important developments and to look ahead to what will be important to them in 2014.

Winning Mobility

11/4/2013
Any technology can be complicated, but for the first time in business, the employee is dictating the solution. Now, it's personal too. Organizations have to deal with multiple operating systems, multiple form factors and multiple personalities. So, when a company gets it right, they deserve recognition. Take a look at the 2013 Mobilizer Award winners.

Mobility Outlook 2014

11/4/2013
Next year, more companies will make strides to affect mobility as a strategic business driver, and in the process, start documenting the Return on Mobility (RoM). For what other trends should the enterprise prepare?

3 Essential Steps to Securing Enterprise Mobile Apps

11/1/2013
Despite each seismic shift in technology over the years, the essential challenges in protecting corporate information and assets have always been the same. In fact, each shift in IT architecture, with a constant push toward more openness and ubiquity of applications and data, has made security harder, not easier. This white paper describes the mobile security landscape including the BYOD and consumerization revolution, the tools and technologies available to bring security to enterprise mobility in today's environment and why some of them fall short.

Push Content in an Instant

11/1/2013
How does an enterprise effectively communicate to a scattered workforce? The answer is a new native app platform for iOS and Android devices.
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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.