Have you heard this before? Enterprise-grade devices are too costly. Consumer-grade devices always have newer technology. Both statements are wrong.
Even a law firm—that routinely advises clients about how to manage data risk — needed to evaluate its own processes. The organization identified a requirement for secure file transfer technology that would meet and/or exceed security and regulatory requirements.
Enterprise data security is often discussed, but data breaches are not. Yet by all accounts, the increased risk that has come with the increase in mobile devices is exponential, and insecure sharing is one of the big issues.
IT departments are looking for ways to mitigate the risk of corporate data being exposed on employee-owned devices which are outside of the typical scope of control.
B2B, B2E and B2C apps — what’s the difference? For mobile apps to be successful, they need to be built with the intended user in mind, independent of the device.
Whether you have 100s of employees or 100,000; billions of dollars to spend on technology or next to nothing, these organizations all have one thing in common when it comes to building a mobile strategy.
Sales apps are critical for the business. But done incorrectly, and having an app means little. Here’s seven steps for enterprises to take to ensure the process is not a waste of time.
Mobility is, you guessed it, moving. Here are the recent moves by the major players.
PointFlow, a mobile business process management solution, is designed to enhance the efficiency of document collaboration, to complement the Point.io development platform.
Edward Snowden was an insider. Enterprises should be concerned about privileged users causing the same type of data breaches in their own organizations.