Unisys is launching its Stealth for Mobile product, enabling enterprises to safeguard employees' smartphones and tablets against cybersecurity attacks and hacking threats.
Among its enterprise customers, Unisys is seeing a trend identified by a number of research firms recently: the convergence of mobile device management and mobile application management into unified mobile enterprise management services.
Bucking an international BYOD trend, IT support for BYOD in Australia is waning, according to new research by Forrester.
When Minneapolis decided it was time to let city employees use iPads and their own smartphones, it opted to let a managed service provider handle it. The city's CIO considered enterprise mobility an area in which a vendor can cover a full range of services, including managing multiple platforms, reports Susan Nunziata at CIO Insight.
The "mobile elites" in companies are ignoring the security concerns of IT departments in their pursuit of the latest mobile gadget. Instead, they should take responsibility for securing their devices.
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Last week a Unisys-backed study revealed what a mess the consumerization of IT trend has become. The survey revealed that workers and managers reported very different accounts of how much employees
A Unisys-backed study has workers and managers reporting very different accounts of how much employees use mobile devices and social tools for work, as the gap widens between employees' use of
Apple (NASDAQ: AAPL) is pursuing a new avenue into your company, this time by way of a deal with Unisys. Under the agreement, Unisys will offer its enterprise IT system customers integration services
Apple (NASDAQ: AAPL) has made a deal with Unisys to help it sell more Apple products to businesses and U.S. government agencies. According to a report in Bloomberg, the deal calls for Unisys to