Why mobility equals business advantage. How does BYOD (Bring Your Own Device) impact not only security, but also software updates? Also, what are the top apps for business users?
Why mobility equals business advantage
Mobile solutions are one of the top technologies set to shape how we conduct business over the coming years. With mobile technology so deeply ingrained in our daily lives, it was inevitable that mobility would transfer over to the workplace.
The Best and Worst Mobile Apps for Business Executives
What are the most common and admired mobile apps for business use? You can see where mobile apps have integrated themselves into the workday- whether it’s to organize, communicate, or keep your data secure, mobile apps have a place.
1 in 5 enterprises admit of mobile data breach resulting from BYOD
Despite BYOD (Bring Your Own Device) being the desired approach for device ownership, data leaks are a prominent threat to organizations because of it. IT has the difficult job of balancing user expectations while also keeping their company’s data secure.
iOS vs Android vs Windows Phone vs BlackBerry: Which mobile OS is right for enterprise mobility?
The competing mobile platforms offer differing experiences and price points, and so which one is right to focus on for your organization? It’s important to weigh out the security offerings and the functionality provided before you can make a decision on what to support.
Mobile security: Managing system updates in a BYOD era
As consumers, we’ve become accustomed to having control over when and whether or not we update our mobile phone software. What this does in the workplace, however, is it can have an impact on security. It’s also unclear then whose job it is to manage updates: is it up to the end user or does IT need to intervene?
Workplace mobility webinar: April 146 Best Practices for Empowering Your Workforce with Mobile
Thursday, April 14 – 11am ET