In the race to get enterprise customers, mobile security vendors can differentiate themselves by offering top-notch customer service, argued Denise Culver in a Light Reading article.
Good Technology is targeting small and medium-sized business, as well as large businesses that have bene reluctant to embrace mobility, with its cloud-based Good Management Suite.
Traditional business practices are being transformed by BYOD in four ways, writes Abby Perkins in an IT Pro Portal article.
The new mobile device management service is only available for Apple devices but its low cost and simplicity may appeal to smaller businesses.
In a move aimed at improving security for enterprise mobile devices, Samsung and ManageEngine have announced that Desktop Central will now support the KNOX platform.
Session border controllers used to control VoIP traffic can also be employed to secure BYOD devices, argues Zeus Kerravala, founder and principal analyst with ZK Research.
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.
Enterprises are focusing their mobility investments on mobile apps to improve employee productivity, according to a study by the Enterprise Mobility Exchange, an online community for mobility pros.
Acorda Therapeutics, a developer of drugs used for central nervous system disorders, wanted to ensure that its 500 employees could share and work on documents using their mobile devices in a secure environment. Acorda opted for the EMC Syncplicity file management app.
Bring-your-own-device practices are now 5 years old. David Lingenfelter reflects on how the trend emerged, quickly evolved, and where it is heading in the enterprise.