The majority of employees would avoid BYOD if their companies could perform data wipe.
Three out of 4 companies are not prepared for major outages and data loss and mobile devices have added another layer of concern and risk.
Enterprise workgroups are using a new tablet-based automatic video and document content delivery, control and collaboration platform from PlayerLync.
Seventy-five percent of public apps downloaded by employees immediately expose business to attacks and violations.
What would your company look like if it were 100% mobile? It’s the first question to ask when thinking about the 2020 enterprise, and the key to your organization's future. This paper explores how mobile technology—both current and emerging—can be the platform for creating a smarter workforce.
IDC predicts 2 billion mobile devices will be shipped by 2017, while Gartner expects a 26 billion Internet of Things installed base (excluding smartphones and tablets) by 2020. With more devices, more machines, more connectivity comes more risk.
The acquisition of Movirtu allows for both business and personal numbers on a single device.
Couldn't make it to Las Vegas for CTIA's Super Mobility Week? Here are some highlights from the show.
Sam Lamonica VP & CIO, heads IT for the nations largest privately held electrical contractor. Here are 5 reasons why personal devices are not allowed in his organization.
Mobility moves ahead, but policy creation and maintenance lags.