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.
Security remains a concern for companies considering or implementing a BYOD program. One solution to improve the security of mobile devices is biometrics, the use of human characteristics, such as fingerprints, for identification.
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Reflecting the shift to a wireless workplace, Gartner predicts that 40 percent of enterprises will use Wi-Fi as the default connection even for non-mobile devices, such as desktops, desk phones, projectors, and conference room.
Enterprises are becoming more interested in mobile analytics services, judges Kathryn Weldon, principal analyst for enterprise mobility at Current Analysis.
The internet will become the corporate network perimeter, predicts Paul Lipman, CEO of cloud security service provider iSheriff.
Enterprise mobility will top the CIO agenda next year, predicts Ovum analyst Richard Absalom.
Many companies have failed to change their internal communications to reflect the ongoing mobile revolution in communication technology according to an infographic prepared by Our Social Times and BroadVision.
IT security measures for mobile devices can't be too "painful or annoying" or employees will try to go around them, increasing risks for the enterprises.
Apple has stepped in to the fill the enterprise mobility gap left by BlackBerry, according to data from customers of enterprise mobility management firm Globo.