Mobilisafe's service delivers real-time vulnerability management that is easy to use, cloud-based, agentless and affordable.
IDC's new Mobile Benchmark study reveals how CIOs and IT professionals are managing mobility issues in the enterprise.
This new alliance combines MDM capabilities with real-time control of user spend, security, and support in one package.
Quest extends support for Android, iPad, iPhone devices and Macs with new and updated Quest Management Xtensions (QMX) solutions, which extend Microsoft System Center Configuration Manager capabilities to over 120 non-Microsoft platforms.
The Centrify Cloud Service helps to address BYOD concerns by allowing enterprises to centrally secure and manage smartphones and tablets, including iPads and Android devices, using existing Active Directory infrastructure, skill sets and processes.
After migrating away from a BlackBerry solution, he forest products company is using Zencloud to manage company- and employee-owned iOS and Android devices.
AT&T is offering an industry-first suite of mobile services for small businesses: AT&T Mobile Protection Pack, which provides Mobile Insurance, Enhanced Support, and Mobile Locate for smartphones and tablets.
The Gartner study with the Financial Executives Research Foundation shows that the CFO's role in technology decision making has increased in the last year.
On the surface, BlackBerry Mobile Fusion appears to meet a critical need for enterprises struggling to manage their mobility demands, but is BlackBerry Mobile Fusion too little, too late for RIM? Or is it a solid solution that re-establishes RIM’s relevancy in today’s mobility marketplace?
The new capabilities of Soonr Enterprise are designed to expand the level of control enterprise IT is able to exert over users, devices and the documents that are part of the cloud collaboration environment under IT management.