Weekly Enterprise Mobility Wrap-up: June 6-10
In this week’s wrap up: Why your CTO makes or breaks your enterprise mobile strategy. Plus, mobile is producing productivity gains, but security is still a major challenge. Also in the wrap-up - what Surface Pro is bringing to the table for enterprise users and what Apple is doing to make the App Store better for consumers and developers alike.
Why Your CTO Makes or Breaks your Enterprise Mobile Strategy
The number of global users on mobile has recently overtaken the number that are accessing data on desktop computers. Not only is that the case, the majority of people are spending time within native apps on their phones. What this means is that technology owners in organizations must understand how business data can be integrated into mobile technologies.
Mobile is Producing Productivity Gains, But Mobile Security Remains a Challenge
Mobile has had a major impact on the productivity of people at work. As more people turn to mobile devices to do their jobs, so too must attention be paid to how to secure those devices and the data people are accessing. While security risks could be considered a downside to supporting mobile in an organization, it’s a necessary challenge that must be faced to keep your workers at their most productive.
Apple to introduce search ads on App Store along with changes to app review, discovery and splits
As we ramp up for WWDC, taking place this week, Apple has announced some changes to their App Store. The aim is to improve things for both consumers and the developers who rely on the App Store as their channel for distributing apps. Developers have noticed that review times have shortened quite a bit. Another bit of good news is that subscription payments will increase on behalf of developers after one year. Some feel these changes are greatly overdue.
5 reasons the Surface Pro 4 is fit for the enterprise [VIDEO]
The Surface Pro has been a go-to hybrid device for people in the enterprise. What makes it stand out above other laptop and tablet solutions? For one thing, unlike the iPad Pro the Surface has a number of ports. Microsoft also includes a trusted suite of office software, and the channels by which you can obtain a Surface are set up so business users can take advantage of deals.