Weekly Enterprise Mobility Wrap-up: Dec 28 – Jan 1
In looking back at 2015, you can say for certain that security remained at top of mind for many organizations. As enterprise mobility grows across all types of businesses, so too are unique challenges presented in protecting data, enhancing productivity, and keeping adoption stable. 2015 also saw a number of device successes and failures among all the major players in mobile.
A Look Back at Mobile Security in 2015
There was no shortage of security concerns weighing on IT when it came to mobile in the last year. The proliferation of BYOD, the desire on the part of employees to access data from anywhere, all created challenges in regards to security. Here IBM offers a number of informative webinars to help address the most common scenarios facing IT.
Mobile devices of 2015: The good, the bad and the meh
“Mobile” doesn’t just mean smartphones anymore. 2015 was the year that wearables and IOT began to gain ground. The Apple Watch and iPad Pro may not have lived up to the hype, but that doesn’t mean Apple is giving up their top spot to the like of Android or Microsoft.
Where do mobile apps fit in the world of enterprise software?
It’s tempting to think that creating a mobile app for every line of business or one monolithic app that does everything for everyone may be a good solution, especially since the cost of developing mobile apps can be a hindrance, but bigger is not always better, nor can you say you’ve reached success by producing 100 or more enterprise apps. What does seem to make a difference, however, is if you focus on smaller apps that are targeted to a particular group.