Weekly Enterprise Mobility Wrap-up: March 14-25
Mobile apps are disrupting the typical email and phone paradigms. Windows 10 rolls out to older Windows Phone 8.1 devices, and Apple had a big week with the introduction of new versions of the iPad Pro and a smaller iPhone, plus an update to iOS.
Technology’s swinging pendulum: the evolution of enterprise communications
The enterprise used to be a driver of technological advancement, by way of how people in the organization communicate. Now a major drive in communication is how people use their mobile devices. The experience on mobile, where people are primarily using apps, is disrupting the typical email and phone paradigms.
Windows 10 Mobile begins long-awaited rollout to older Windows Phone 8.1 phones
Microsoft’s long awaited cross platform operating system is now ready for download on many 8.1 Windows Phone devices. Not every device is included (because of a hindered user experience upon upgrade) but it does bring Windows one step closer to a unified experience.
Trends, Challenges, & Strategies For Adoption Of Enterprise Mobile Apps
While a lot of organizations have goals centered on getting their employees enabled on mobile, seeing these plans come to fruition present a great number of challenges. Not only is deploying mobile a complex process, but security issues tend to block rollout.
What iOS 9.3 could do for enterprise users
As with many iOS updates as of late, there are included here a few security enhancements to Apple devices that may be appealing to enterprise users (especially their IT admins). iOS 9.3 was released to the public on March 21.
Why the iPad Pro may, or may not, work at work
During Apple’s event last week, they unveiled a new, smaller version of the iPad Pro. While the iPad Pro is targeted to the enterprise user and undoubtedly can be seen as a direct competitor to the Microsoft Surface, it’s not yet clear that the iPad Pro can completely replace a work laptop.