At the very least ensure that your company's mobile devices can be fully tracked and have their data wiped.
On the surface, BlackBerry Mobile Fusion appears to meet a critical need for enterprises struggling to manage their mobility demands, but is BlackBerry Mobile Fusion too little, too late for RIM? Or is it a solid solution that re-establishes RIM’s relevancy in today’s mobility marketplace?
Of course the iPad has a huge head start as far as current enterprise market penetration goes - but will Microsoft's deep enterprise roots prove to be a longer term differentiator that will level the playing field? Very possibly.
The company is getting serious about delivering a cloud-based mobile capability. It's first effort involves a tight partnership with Microsoft and works with Microsoft Office 365. It's a first step to a larger scale cloud offering.Get the details. Is there a BES cloud offering in your future?
The need to protect sensitive data in BYOD environments is of paramount importance. VDI may be the means to doing so.
Still in its infancy and not yet prevalent, the concept of private and enterprise-branded mobile app stores makes a great deal of sense. Here are 6 keys to making it happen.
The surveys all say the same thing - while the phenomenon may not last, for the immediate future Apple's iPad (and the iPhone) will be the dominant tablet player in the enterprise. The five step plan presented here will ensure successful - and secure - enterprise deployments.
Mobile device management is a great start to getting a handle on your enterprise mobility needs. Just don't forget about your wireless infrastructure - all those devices you are now managing are rapidly saturating your networks. Here's what to do.
Your wireless network is safe - what about your back end services.
As counter intuitive as it may seem, BYOD and smartphone diversity drive unified communications forward.