Weekly Enterprise Mobility Wrap-Up: Apr 20-24
► Be mobile friendly or get lost in search
Google initiated a “mobilegeddon” this week with their introduction of a search algorithm that favors websites designed to be mobile friendly. While it’s true it can take a bit of work to tweak your website to look good on smaller screens, ultimately being adaptive wins over end users and now is a critical piece to getting your content reachable in an SEO sense.
► Mobile worker guilt hits most young workers
“Generation Mobile” or “GenM” is the generation of hyper-connected individuals that are now entering the workforce. Despite being the most tech-savvy group yet, setting boundaries on where work and play overlap is presenting challenges. Being connected can enhance productivity as long as the right expectations are set.
► How mobile is changing the way we communicate at work
Not only is the BYOD (Bring Your Own Device) movement shaping the enterprise as we speak, but also present is the desire to have better enterprise app experiences - sometimes referred to as BYOA (Bring Your Own App). This can be cause for concern for IT as employee behavior is shifting what is supported and what needs to be regulated.
► The State of Data Breaches in 2015
What does an organization need to do to protect their data? Mobile presents no shortage of challenges. Not only are threats becoming more sophisticated, the time it takes to recover from data breaches can be both lengthy and costly.
► Comparing iOS 8 vs. Android 5.0 for enterprise use
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iOS has so far proven to provide the best tools for enterprise app development and distribution, but Android is quickly catching up. With the advent of Android at Work, Google is looking to standardize and simplify their enterprise capabilities.