To address the growing need for qualified mobile IT professionals, IT trade association CompTIA announced a new CompTIA Mobility+ certification program to verify IT professionals have the skills they need to keep pace with mobile market advances.
Enterprise mobility management will not become easier anytime soon and CIOs should be skeptical of single, silver-bullet solutions, says a new report from GigaOm Research. It's a complex space, thanks to consumerization, the proliferation of cloud-based services and purchasing authority moving toward lines of business, says the report.
Mobile device management is expanding to include mobile application, content and context management as well, says Christopher Clark, president and chief operating officer of Fiberlink. In an interview with FierceMobileIT, Clark relates how predictive analytics will transform enterprise mobility and the MDM market over the next 10 years.
As summer winds down and kids get ready to head back to school, education IT departments are shoring up policies on district-issued laptops and tablets.
Like the zombies of popular horror movies, zombie phones are roaming the halls of your organization (or hiding in drawers) and eating away at your financial brains.
Enterprise mobility management isn't just about device management anymore, explains AirWatch founder and CEO John Marshall. In an interview with FierceMobileIT, Marshall relates how the MDM market is expanding to include mobile application and content management as well. Marshall sees the MDM market consolidating into a few leading vendors in the next two to three years.
A corporate-owned personally enabled, or COPE, policy is better from a security perspective than a bring your own device, or BYOD, approach to address enterprise mobility, observed Andrew Braunberg, research director at NSS Labs.
Digital Management will provide a mobile device management system and mobile application store for the Pentagon, under a contract awarded by the Defense Information Systems Agency that is worth up to $16 million over three years.
By next year, more than 90 percent of enterprises will support corporate applications on a variety of personal devices, predicts research firm Gartner.
Nokia is implementing an AirWatch mobile device management product for its 25,000 staff members who use a corporate-issued Nokia Lumia smartphone, according to a report by ZDNet.