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 .
Christy Wyatt recently took over as president and chief executive officer of enterprise mobility management firm Good Technology at a time of rapid change in the enterprise mobility space. FierceMobileIT interviewed Wyatt to discuss what she plans to accomplish as head of Good and where she sees the enterprise mobility management market heading.
SAP launched on Monday a mobile documents app that is designed to give enterprise users a single point of secure access to business documents and corporate content via any mobile device.
ADC provider F5 Networks has entered the enterprise mobility management market with the launch of its hybrid cloud-based F5 Mobile App Manager.
The mobile device management marketplace is teeming with vendors, as more enterprises seek to impose some control in this Bring Your Own Device economy. Each vendor seems to offer a unique blend of security features, however, and you need to ask several key questions before choosing a solution, writes Will Kelly in a post at TechRepublic .
Mobile device management firm AirWatch launched this week a standalone mobile application management product that includes an app wrapping security engine for BYOD and corporate-owned mobile device ownership models.
The increasing frequency of data breaches resulting from companies allowing employees to bring their own devices to work are a result of poor BYOD policies and lack of technology to implement those policies, according a panel at the 2013 Consumer Electronics Show being held in Las Vegas this week. Now, some groups are suggesting that enterprises focus more on applications and less on devices, in order to prevent future data breaches.
Virtualization firm Citrix has agreed to acquire mobile device management provider Zenprise for an undisclosed consideration.
As the BYOD trend accelerates, so too do the security threats to the enterprise. Swift and decisive action by the enterprise will help prevent a major data breach, which could be embarrassing at the least and financially devastating at the worst.
For the average enterprise, a mobile device management solution is the 'bare minimum' needed to handle the challenges posed by BYOD, said Chris Hazelton, research director for mobile and wireless at 451 Research.