Bring your own device has been part of the tech conversation for years, and a quick scan around the Internet will give you no shortage of advice and opinion columns on the workplace trend. But what is the state of BYOD in 2015? I sat down with Sarah Lahav, CEO of Israel-based service desk solution software provider SysAid Technologies, to find out.
California lawmakers introduced a bill that would require a "kill switch" for every mobile smartphone or tablet sold in the state.
Novell released on Tuesday updated versions of its ZENworks Application Virtualization and ZENworks Mobile Management products to address enterprises' BYOD requirements.
Only 60 percent of enterprises track who is accessing their network remotely and how long they spend on the network, according to a survey from earlier this year of 250 IT asset managers who are members of the International Association of IT Asset Managers.
In January, Dell plans to offer a mobile management appliance to help IT teams deal with the proliferation of mobile devices in the enterprise.
Research in Motion has launched its full version of the BlackBerry Mobile Fusion software which provides mobile device management for BlackBerry devices as well as iOS and Android devices.
Symantec has entered the mobile device management space with a combined mobile security and management offering for the enterprise. Khoi Nguyen, group product manager with Symantec, told