As part of its effort to focus on enterprise services and technology, BlackBerry is releasing the next iteration of its BlackBerry Enterprise Server platform, the BES 12, in November, complete with the ability to manage Internet of Things devices.
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Enterprises in the Asia-Pacific region are increasingly adopting mobility. However, few of those firms have a clear strategy of how to use mobile devices effectively in the workplace, a survey by IDC finds.
Application management will become the focus of enterprise mobility management as solutions shift away from device management, fueled by the BYOD trend, predicts ABI Research senior analyst Jason McNicol.
AirWatch, Citrix, Good Technology, IBM and MobileIron have been named as leaders in Gartner's Magic Quadrant report for the enterprise mobility management market.
Security is the top concern for enterprises when it comes to mobility, according to the latest Mobility Index report prepared by enterprise mobility management firm Good Technology.
I'm sure you have heard that virtualization giant VMware has agreed to acquire enterprise mobility management (EMM) firm AirWatch for around $1.54 billion. What does this acquisition mean for the enterprises struggling with mobility?
As mobile devices received as gifts flood the enterprise this month, IT security pros should insist that these devices have the most up-to-date mobile operating systems and enterprise mobility management products have top notch anti-malware protection.
As part of Michael Dell's new strategy to refocus the company he founded on enterprise software and services, Dell launched its first comprehensive enterprise mobility management product on Wednesday.
Enterprises should handle wearable devices like any other mobile device, if and when they enter the workplace in significant numbers, advises Phil Redman, vice president of mobile solutions and strategy at Citrix.