Years after the widespread adoption of workplace smartphones, more than half of U.S. companies said they have no formal BYOD (bring your own device) policy to safeguard their enterprises, according to a survey.
Google’s enterprise push rolled on with the launch of new programs relating to Android for Work, its group of features and services that help make that mobile operating system easier to manage for businesses.
In today's mobile world it only makes sense that teaching and learning are no longer confined to the campus anymore. But to maximize the benefits of a mobile, connected campus, you need a solid plan and infrastructure.
This guide contains practical steps that will help public sector organizations and departments develop a text message policy and retention strategy to protect against the risk involved with use of this popular, universal form of
CBS Interactive is proud to present "When concrete and steel meet sensors and signals: How a mobile workforce can make it all work," a detailed and informative white paper about equipping a mobile workforce to maintain the digital
Smartphones and tablets are ubiquitous in businesses, but are your users getting the mobile support they need from your IT team or are they bringing their own apps because they don’t think IT can deliver?
There's a lot of confusion, disruption and even turbulence in the market for enterprise mobility management software, which is used to manage smartphones and tablets and the data and apps running on them.
As iPad and iPhone usage continues to grow in enterprises around the world, are you grappling with how to deploy, inventory, and secure iOS devices in your environment? In this e-book, you'll learn how to manage iPad and iPhones.
An Israeli company has developed a product it says can detect if a mobile device connects to a fake cellular base station or Wi-Fi access point, potentially protecting critical data from falling into the hands of hackers.