Despite the privacy and safety concerns enterprises could have with Google Glass, Fiberlink has decided to embrace the new product and enable IT managers to access its MaaS360 mobile device management platform through Google Glass.
There is a shortage of in-house expertise that is forcing enterprises to outsource mobile application development, according to a survey of 232 IT and business leaders conducted by IT staffing firm TEKsystems.
While 61 percent of small and medium-sized businesses (SMBs) have implemented a BYOD policy, only 37 percent are managing or plan to manage those devices usin a mobile device management (MDM) product, according to a survey of 991 SMB IT professionals conducted by Spiceworks and sponsored by MDM firm Fiberlink.
Reflecting BlackBerry's continuing slide in the consumer market, Windows Phone as surpassed the iconic brand as the number three smartphone for the first time, according to the latest IDC stats.
As smartphones and tablets gain popularity, PC sales continue their steep decline. The latest example is the 20.5 percent year-over-year drop in PC shipments across Western Europe in the first quarter, the worst decline since Gartner began tracking PC shipments in the region.
IT managers spend many sleepless nights worrying about the security risks being introduced by employees who bring their own devices. And a new report from F-Secure showing a marked rise in Android malware is not going to help them sleep any better.
The number of enterprise mobile content management, or MCM, subscribers is expected to grow at double-digit rates over the next five years, topping 110 million subscribers by 2018.
LAS VEGAS--BlackBerry could be "turning a corner," judged Chris Hazelton, research director for mobility at 451 Research. According to a survey conducted in April by 451, there is increased interest in BlackBerry among IT decision makers.
Most companies in China are in the early stages of BYOD adoption, judged Forrester analyst Wen Zhao.
LAS VEGAS--BYOD presents enterprises with a number of security and privacy challenges that must be addressed, Gib Sorebo, chief cybersecurity technologist at research firm SAIC, told an audience here at Interop on Thursday. Sorebo related that nearly two-thirds of organizations do not enforce encryption policies, which opens up corporate data to risk of unauthorized disclosure.