It was a very busy week at Microsoft as the Convergence 2015 user conference started out with CEO Satya Nadella laying out the company's role in the digital age.
Change happens fast in enterprise mobility—here's a few from last week you might have missed.
The state of mobile security has been identified as "alarming" – particularly with enterprise apps and BYOD.
Legacy identity and enterprise mobility management (EMM) tools and processes were not designed for use with cloud based applications being accessed from operating systems such as iOS and Android. What does the next-generation EMM architecture look like? How do you keep the user in the center?
To become mobile-centric, enterprises must evolve in a way that supports both the agility of new mobile initiatives and stability of core IT.
Between time and cost, enterprise app development is becoming a $500K per app problem.
Driven by mobile, CIO Paige Francis formed one comprehensive IT team—with a new face and new name—and reintroduced the function to the organization as a services partner.
In the use of mobile technology there are basics that apply to every vertical and unique innovations that while customized, can be shared.
The company's Chief Marketing Officer delivered a keynote addressing the IoT for enterprises and Samsung's place in the ecosystem.
Subsidiary Secusmart worked with IBM and Samsung to bring back the form factor to BlackBerry portfolio.