Top 10 Headlines of Q2

By Lori Castle, Editor in Chief — June 29, 2014

BYO is far from D-O-N-E. It's been a few years since employees started dictating technology choices, but enterprises still have not quite figured it all out. The other top concern in our top headlines is security. The list reflects the continued struggle to keep up with what employees are doing, what the risks are and what businesses should be doing.
 
1. American Airlines CIO Talks Consumerization
Maya Leibman drove the company's move from limited devices with limited functionality, to today’s top tablets to mobilize its workforce.
 
2. BYOD vs CYOD
Think about it like this: CYOD is BYOD with a support plan. Is this the win-win businesses have been looking for?
 
3. 2 Top Mobile Trends
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?
 
4. 3 Steps to Cyber Attack Protection
With the rise of risk and the increased cost of data breaches, IBM now offers threat protection to detect, prevent and respond.
 
5. Hey Enterprise Mobility, It's Time to Grow Up!
A look back at a few years' worth of data shows more complexity, consolidation and devices, but not much more mobility which is still quite immature in the enterprise.
 
6. EMM is Already Moving On
MDM is out. MAM is moving to EMM, but on the mobile treadmill, this new way of approaching mobility might already be old.
 
7. Riskiest Android App Categories
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 is the biggest threat to your enterprise?
 
8. A Better Life With Apple
Happy 25th Anniversary to the Apple Worldwide Developer Conference, where CEO Tim Cook unveiled iOS 8, 4,000 new APIs and touted Android as the best in the market for one thing.
 
9. BYOD in Record Time
With just a few hours prep by IT, SIHO Insurance Services deployed a secure solution that lets employees enroll devices in minutes.
 
10. It's Not BYOD or CYOD but CYOE
Moving beyond control and choice, mobile is all about the experience.

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