The mobile enterprise solution market is a significant force, and, is at a “pivot point,” with competitive pressures escalating according to VDC Research.
BlackBerry has been busy this week, opening up and updating its OS and referring to new devices.
One quarter of business users admit to security issues on their phone, but only a small percentage tell their employers.
This white paper provides insight about consumer-grade vs. enterprise-grade mobile technology investments, so those in manufacturing, wholesale distribution, logistics, warehousing, and field service operations can make the best decisions for their businesses.
Early attitudes towards BYOD in the enterprise paralleled early attitudes towards Internet access in the workplace 20 years ago (a block and control approach), but IT has arrived at that final step, fully embracing the arrival of personal devices in the enterprise. Now, BYOD reaches far beyond being limited to specific users and to specific use cases and is a win-win for IT and users.
For those who never thought the day would come, BlackBerry has opened up its OS to outside MDM platforms.
According to Strategy Analytics, BlackBerry’s BES 10 offers “the lowest-cost migration path from a TCO perspective,” compared to five other options.
Trying to meet enterprise mobility needs, the new KNOX 2.0 from Samsung features core platform security, improved user experience, and an expansive ecosystem.
Barracuda SSL VPN enables “cloud-like” access for remote users.
To better serve its customers, deliver improved mobility and collaboration to employees and reduce IT costs, American Fidelity Assurance implemented an all-wireless network in its new facility.