The latest cyber attack left even the most “secure” sites, solutions and devices vulnerable, as end users, enterprises and providers scrambled for a fix.
Justifying the addition of another device to the mobile stack became a challenge as the popularity of tablets grew, along with the adaptability and appropriateness for the field. Now, there is no question. Tablets are here to stay and they are enabling the business more than ever.
Continually looking for ways to securely connect your mobile team to the resources they need today and in the future? Discover how Dell Enterprise Mobility Management (EMM) can help your IT team adapt, as devices, operating systems and work habits constantly evolve.
An effort to move forward sees BlackBerry looking back to its enterprise roots and a new "classic" device. Here's what CEO John Chen and President, Global Enterprise Services, John Sims says about the new strategy.
MDM is out. MAM is moving to EMM, but on the mobile treadmill, this new way of approaching mobility might already be old.
Living up to its reputation for change, here’s the goings, and goings on, in the industry last week.
One of the biggest features in Microsoft’s Windows Phone 8.1 update, Cortana takes aim at virtual assistants such as Apple’s Siri and Google Now on Android.
With 90% of enterprises planning to sustain or increase their mobile technology this year, new enhanced services aim to meet the growing needs.
With the Secure Mobile Access solution, administrators can authorize business critical apps via a per-user, per-device policy, and prohibit corporate data communications between personal apps.
Just like the cybercriminals who attacked through PCs, hackers are hungry to attack businesses through your employees' mobile devices. Which of these Top 10 app types are the biggest threat to your enterprise?