Last week Mobile Enterprise took a look at the liability to the enterprise from distracted driving accidents. The National Safety Council (NSC) estimated costs for all accidents (non-business related and on the job related), to be $43 billion. With an increasing percentage of these billions being charged to the enterprise, part two examines five mobile solutions that can help you manage distracted driving, thereby reducing corporate liability.
“Field Force Manager” enables near-real-time data collection and is a secure, cloud-based management app for monitoring and reporting.
Food, drink and packaging distribution company JJ Food Service implemented an MDM solution for its mobile fleet of 250 devices across the U.K. that offers real-time support, software deployment and GPS location tracking of the mobile workforce.
What if a personal device being used for work is lost or stolen? What happens to the data? Who pays for it? The enterprise and employees alike must consider liability, policies and procedures before allowing BYOD.
Motorola's investment bolsters the company's mobile security options while allowing Fixmo, a mobile security solutions provider, to broaden its horizons.
While sales professionals have been slow to embrace mobile technology, tablets are gaining traction among the sales force, and IT is starting to catch on as well.
Cadec partners with Verizon Wireless for M2M Management for operational effciencies.
With the rapid move toward BYOD, IT must also move quickly to define policy and manage mobile related expenses. Here are a few best practices for developing a strategy.
In addition to remediating threats to data and device security, the new partnership is expected to prevent them in the first place.
Android mobile device activations within the enterprise nearly doubled, but iOS maintained its stronghold, largely thanks to the popularity of the iPhone 4S.