Many firms do not have mobile application security expertise and remain vulnerable to insecure mobile apps downloaded by employees, warns Dionisio Zumerle, principal research analyst at Gartner.
LAS VEGAS--Mobility and mobile apps are "radically" changing the enterprise, observes SAP CEO Bill McDermott.
TUI Hellas, a Greek travel agency with 48,000 employees, needed a tablet mobile app for its field sales reps to replace their antiquated Windows Mobile PDAs. The agency turned to enterprise mobility firm GLOBO to find the solution, explains Yiannis Karalis, director of product management at GLOBO.
Check out the hottest mobile IT stories for Sept. 4, including the big Sept. 9 plans for Apple, growth in the WLAN market, the rankings of the top enterprise smartphones, ISIS (the company) settles on a name change and the increase in vendors committing to Salesforce wearables.
Indian enterprises are increasingly embracing mobility, with close to three-quarters either planning or rolling out a mobility policy.
Check out the hottest mobile IT stories for Friday, Aug. 22, including Disney targeting "midcore" game players with the new Star Wars mobile game, a 100 percent revenue jump in its enterprise mobility business, the enterprise need for flexible IT services fuels custom app development market, automotive BYOD to reach $26.4B in revenue and how the Samsung smartphone has been recommended twice over Apple.
While BYOD has increased the productivity of today's workers, it has also introduced a range of security threats, such as malware, direct attacks, data loss or theft and social engineering.
Check out the hottest mobile IT news for Aug. 18, including the EU's 5G plan, the massive number of iPhone 6s Apple plans to move by year's end, how enterprises need to learn to love BYOD, the virtual assistant plans between Google and HP and what legal firms are moving their document storage to the cloud.
Enterprises are leaving their mobility efforts to departments and business units, resulting in a fragmented mobile strategy, finds a survey of 400 IT decision makers by IDC on behalf of mobility firm Kony.
Nearly dead in 2013, Blackberry has fought back under its new CEO John Chen to regain some momentum--particularly in the enterprise market.