As enterprises move along the mobile maturity scale, they are still falling to create holistic mobile strategies.
Of course it's moving—it's mobile! Here's some moves from last week.
Gartner predicts 75% of mobile security breaches will be the result of mobile application misconfiguration.
A tool that processes and analyzes 10,000 new apps, every 24 hours, in more than 200 app stores to determine potential security risks is just one new feature of Symantec’s EMM solution.
With just a few hours prep by IT, SIHO Insurance Services deployed a secure solution that lets employees enroll devices in minutes.
The battle for the enterprise has grown among solution providers, as mobile needs change and more vendors hit the market. What are the broader drivers to this dynamic?
CIOs' jobs were complicated from the start, but throw in mobile, business expectations and unprecedented enterprise security concerns...how do they manage? Hear first-hand from top CIOs who share their stories and outlooks.
HP dropped revenue and headcount, and the executive shuffle went on in the industry.
“Billions of connections, generating trillions of transactions and exabytes of data daily, will require platforms that can operate securely on a global scale,” according to Executive Chair and CEO John Chen.
Enterprises and vendors pay attention; Google has expanded its mobile management play.