It's the mobile apps (not the devices) that make employees more productive, but they are often missing from EMM discussions. Plus, the word "management" can be viewed as reactive, and a true mobile platform is proactive.
If enterprises needed a license to drive their mobile device management (MDM) strategy, many would still be working on their learner's permit. A lot of businesses are still going on test drives as they transition from basic MDM to more complex models. Here are a few tips to accelerate your strategy.
With the large volume of tablet sales this past holiday season, companies need to incorporate rules for tablet use in their BYOD policies to be prepared for the influx of new devices being brought to work.
Even with employees bringing the devices, they don't always come with their own connection, and connectivity can quickly drive up expenses for enterprises.
There are numerous ins and outs of a contract when purchasing cloud services, and costs and terms are not always obvious. Ask these 7 questions before you sign.
Conference calls are so 20 years ago. Today's mobile workforce calls for a new way of connecting through unified meetings from any device.
One app per year? No defined mobile leadership? Those days are over. In 2013, businesses had better include mobility as part of their overall strategic plan.
Brush up on critical steps to ensuring a successful tablet rollout for your business.
Enabling even one or two of these five considerations will start you on the path to BYOD and allow your business to start reaping the benefits while maintaining security and creating a productive environment for employees.
Cybercriminals go where the data goes, and so mobile malware is a serious threat to the enterprise. Since July 2011 the number of mobile malware samples recorded by Symantec has increased about 55% per month. Here are 8 best practices for keeping threats at bay.