The convergence of mobile and social: The next IT battlegroundZDNetBusiness users are tapping into the best technology resources they have to drive local improvements, and this includes the latest and most popular channels where the world is...
IT organizations are justifiably concerned about the security risks inherent in bringing your own device (BYOD). Many are turning to mobile device management (MDM) products and services to address the problem.
The National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) has issued a draft policy on updated guidelines for managing and securing mobile devices, putting the emphasis on smartphones and tablets, whether these are supplied directly by an...
A survey that asked thousands of young '20-something' workers their attitudes about bring-your-own-device'policies found slightly more than half view it as their 'right' to use their own mobile devices at work (Young employees say BYOD a 'right' not...
ZDNet (blog)Significant BYOD flaw discovery: Mobile data chargesZDNet (blog)By Ken Hess | June 5, 2012, 4:00pm PDT Summary: My dreams of an all BYOD-enabled world came crashing down along with my Internet access.
The growing smartphone base combined with huge sales of media tablets is forcing a reassessment of the client platform and IT best practices to support it. Controlling burgeoning costs driven by device heterogeneity and bring-your-own-device models, while maintaining agility, is imperative.
Most executives are quick to say that mobile apps are an important part of their sales strategy, but many don’t realize how vital a robust strategy can be. EPiServer's Bob Egner outlines four key analytics to consider before you go mobile.
There’s no denying that the mobile workforce is a hot topic at info360. But it’s surprising to see how much traffic the tablet is getting. There are panels, sessions and exhibits dedicated to the tablet and how to integrate it into the enterprise..
Guest post written by John Mancini John Mancini is president and CEO of AIIM, the Association for Information and Image Management, and and author of six e-book titles including “#OccupyIT – A Technology Manifesto for Cloud, Mobile and Social Era."...
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