Weekly Enterprise Mobility Wrap-Up: Aug 24-28
Survey reveals what's fueling mobile enterprise growth
As millennials flood the workplace, they bring with them expectations around when, where, and how they work. To a great extent this means working from mobile devices. Because of this, enterprises are being expected to respond in kind.
Report finds CIOs understanding how mobile technologies drive employee efficiency
With workplace trends shifting towards more remote work, CIOs are presented with many challenges in ensuring employees are happy but also that their data remains secure. Mobile technology is quickly coming to the forefront of skills that current CIOs will need to support, and those that embrace it are certainly seen as more forward thinking.
Mobility in the enterprise: A true enterprise disruptor
As employees rely on their mobile devices to get work done, organizations are faced with having to adopt a mobile strategy. Presented here are nine steps that a CIO can take to ensure their mobile strategy is both stable and valuable. These include things like deciding on mobile and app management, considering a MEAP (or Mobile Enterprise Application Platform) for development, and plans for continuous improvement and rollout.
The checklist for enterprise mobile apps that are flexible yet secure
Since mobile allows people to work anywhere (including on unsecured wifi networks!), what can you do to mitigate the risk of losing company data? Offering employees secure apps they’re willing to use instead of letting them find their own is a good start. Limiting access to only authorized users and encrypting any data stored on the device are also good markers of a secure enterprise mobile app.
Apple announces Sept. 9 iPhone launch
Mark your calendars! The new iPhone is scheduled to launch at the next Apple event coming up on September 9.