Mobile Device Management (MDM)

Sprint Adds MDM to Professional Mobility Services Portfolio

Sprint also collaborated with mobile device OEMs and application providers to create the new Sprint Professional Grade designation for select smartphones that offer robust "out of the box" security, device management and Exchange Active Sync capabilities.

Juniper Networks Policy Enhancements Aid in BYOD Enforcement

With new unified policy enforcement that is simplified and automated, IT managers can set and automatically enforce consistent security and access policies across every wired, wireless and mobile connection from company-issued, personal and guest devices.

Kentucky School District Enables BYOD With Enterasys

The Enterasys OneFabric architecture allows Anderson County School District to gain end-to-end visibility and provide efficient provisioning of academic applications to consistently deliver the best student and staff experience.

Reducing Wireless Device Expenses: Mobile Expense Management Solutions

Today's fast-paced business relies more than ever on cell/smart phones, tablets and data cards to stay connected. However, with growth comes significant challenge in managing the expenses associated with wireless devices. This quick-read whitepaper shows how organizations can improve their management of mobile devices including achieving better service, improved productivity, and hard-dollar cost savings up to 25%.

4 Keys to Controlling Enterprise Tablet Wireless Costs

The use of tablets in the enterprise is rapidly escalating, and their penetration - especially as laptop replacements - will continue unabated for the rest of the decade. Enormous wireless data costs loom as a result - control those costs before they control and own you! Build your defenses today.
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From Mobile First to Mobile Productivity

Logic would lead to the conclusion that utilizing a mobile first strategy—designing experiences for mobile devices and processes, with the mobile user in mind—would automatically lead to mobile productivity, but that is not the reality. Here are the critical things needed to take mobile productivity to the next level.