Find out what mobility trends and developments leading analysts and vendors expect to see in enterprises in the coming year.
Version 4.0 of MobileIron's Virtual Smartphone Platform features cross-platform app management and security.
Employees are flooding IT departments with requests to connect their personal smartphones to the company network. Until now, many IT departments have turned down such requests as the security and control risks outweighed the benefits from collaboration. The equation has suddenly changed with the introduction of free BlackBerry® Enterprise Server Express.
Zenprise's MobileManager 6.0 enables IT managers to protect data and prevent and address IS breaches at the device, network, and application levels.
Value-added reseller adds SOTI MobiControl -- a mobile device management solution -- to its suite of technology offerings.
While smartphones have improved the productivity and convenience of the corporate road warrior, they have also opened up a host of challenges, including expensive cost sinkholes and new vulnerabilities to corporate security. Discover the most common mistakes companies make in designing a smartphone strategy.
M.A.D's Mobile Enterprise Compliance and Security Server (MECS) locks down iPhones and iPads, as well as multiple platforms of smartphone and tablet devices, enabling IT security personnel to effectively manage and secure their mobile population.
RIM's latest operating system for its BlackBerry devices is now FIPS-certified and suitable for use in security-conscious organizations.
As companies leverage private, public, and hybrid clouds for exposing data to their mobile workforce through applications such as CRMs, the need for data to reside locally on a mobile device is reduced if not eliminated completely.
Find out what enterprise mobility management software provider Zenprise sees as the trends and issues to watch for in the coming year.