In response to the financial fiasco that was the launch of the BlackBerry Z10 handset, the Canadian mobility firm replaced its CEO and shifted its focus from hardware to enterprise software. Whether that strategy is paying off remains to be seen.
IBM is the top enterprise mobility management vendor, just edging out Citrix, Good, and VMware, according to a sector analysis by Cormac Foster, research director of Gigaom Research.
Enterprise mobile app development and deployment can be a fragmented and frustrating experience for app developers, IT and end users. To streamline the process, AirWatch by VMware, Box, Cisco, Workday and Xamarin have unveiled a new open standard approach called app configuration for the enterprise.
Kaseya, a provider of cloud-based IT management software, unveiled on Tuesday the latest version of its cloud-based enterprise mobility management product, which includes a new private cloud infrastructure.
Traditional business practices are being transformed by BYOD in four ways, writes Abby Perkins in an IT Pro Portal article.
In an era of mobility, IT managers can sometimes feel overwhelmed by the number and variety of devices and applications as well as amount of data they have to monitor, manage and secure. To make that task simpler, Citrix is providing IT departments with a single management console in its latest version of XenMobile released Tuesday.
Pushed by the accelerating move to mobility, enterprises are expected to dedicate more time, effort and money to custom mobile applications in 2015.
IT teams that have not deployed enterprise mobility management either have no data protect or are living in denial, observes Michael Finneran, president and mobile analyst with dBrn Associates.
The move to mobility has created challenges for companies in providing secure access to enterprise and third-party applications using Web and native application architectures.
Enterprise mobility will top the CIO agenda next year, predicts Ovum analyst Richard Absalom.