For a time, BYOD was all the rage. There wasn't an enterprise conference that didn't devote significant time to the topic. Yet recently, there have been indications that the BYOD trend is waning in the U.S.
Enterprise mobility and identity management firm Okta plans to hold an initial public offering in nine months.
Good Technology, soon to be merged with BlackBerry, took advantage of the media attention around the annual Boxworks conference to announce that it is extending the mobile content management capabilities of its Good Dynamics Secure Mobility Platform to cloud storage provider Box.
Microsoft is introducing new features this week for managing Windows 10 and iOS devices in the latest update to its Intune enterprise mobility management platform.
Apple officially released Monday its watchOS 2 update with a number of security patches. The updated operating system was supposed to arrive Sept. 16, but was delayed due to an unspecified unspecified bug found in development.
Despite the perception that IT departments concerned about security have been the main stumbling block to BYOD programs, employees worried about privacy are behind much of the delay in BYOD program rollout.
Samsung may be following Apple's lead and planning to introduce a phone leasing program directly to users, according to a report on Forbes that cites unnamed sources. For businesses, this new development may add a new wrinkle to an already-complicated BYOD reimbursement process.
Apple's iOS 9 is now available for download to Apple mobile devices, and IT admins are wondering what the new mobile operating system means for them.
Fitness wearable maker Fitbit announced Wednesday its compliance with HIPAA regulations, enabling its corporate wellness product Fitbit Wellness to be more attractive to businesses.
Apple is releasing its new mobile operating system iOS 9 on Wednesday, and Good Technology, for one, is offering day-one iOS 9 support for its enterprise mobility management customers, enabling them to upgrade to the new Apple mobile operating system without service disruptions or compromises to security.