Windows 8 is prompting a lot of questions for businesses. Should we adopt it for employees and phase out Windows 7 and XP? Should we take a wait-and-see approach? What about Windows 8 tablets and phones? Where are the apps?
What technologies will become obsolete? Which will grow? Five trends around BYOD, VPN, AaaS, big data and business intelligence run in a circle.
A recent poll based on millions of stolen passwords posted online by hackers revealed that people are still using blatantly simple passwords and leaving businesses open to risk.
A recent study of consumerization of IT shows that a super-connected class of “mobile elite” workers is defying policies bringing any device and downloading any apps they want, creating risks along the way.
Apps are a critical part of enterprise mobility strategies, and most businesses partner with external developers for success. Does your organization’s view of the mobile app market align with reality?
Executives rank their biggest security concerns when it comes to mobile device security in the enterprise. Attacks through apps and open Wi-Fi are becoming abundant.
Is MAM already built into your device’s OS or do you need more?
BYOD policies should evolve to give the employee more choice and the enterprise more control.
When creating an enterprise app, who plays what role? Do all the players understand their role and the role of others? Is the process transparent or mysterious in your organization?
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