Weekly Enterprise Mobility Wrap-up: Feb 6-10
7 musts for any successful BYOD program
There’s no doubt that a great number of people in the workforce would like to use their mobile devices at some level to help them do their jobs. This has driven the rise of BYOD (Bring Your Own Device) scenarios for companies, and in order to successfully support workers and secure company data, leadership needs to address a number of considerations. These include understanding vulnerabilities and prioritizing protections against those weaknesses.
Beware of the four financial pitfalls of enterprise mobility management
A variety of factors go into supporting an organization’s effective mobile strategy. For a CFO, several of these are challenges related to mobile, such as data rates and plans to support mobile in the enterprise. Considering which kinds of contracts to enroll in and how to split up data usage are just a couple of items to address.
Why mobile will determine the future of IT
With so many companies allowing workers to use their personal mobile phones for work, IT teams need to be on their toes to keep things secure. MDM (Mobile Device Management) solutions can sometimes be the best route, but they present challenges of their own.
Enterprise Android vs iOS: Which is more secure?
When it comes to selecting devices for your workforce, there are many factors to consider. If you’re more on the side of restrictive app review policies that ensure malicious apps don’t make it out to the public, Apple is your best bet. Otherwise, if you embrace open and rapid app development, Android is worth considering.