An interesting patent granted to Apple this week could lead to a whole new way of securing mobile devices – a welcome change for businesses.
Whether through BYOD or company-issued devices, more business is going mobile. In this guest post, Robert Stanley runs through everything a company should think about during the planning stage.
Even as many companies are still deciding whether to allow BYOD, a new report says organizations will soon require it.
Right now, there’s a two-way race between Apple’s iOS and Google’s Android for dominance of the mobile market. But that could change with some brand new mobile operating systems planned for the near future – including the upcoming Ubuntu Touch.
As more mobile devices are brought to work, IT support costs are rising. Here are some keys to keep in mind for effective mobile training that helps cut down on support calls.
IT investments can help companies boost the bottom line – but only if the money is spent wisely. A new report offers some help with how to spend the IT budget.
Most companies are confident their information is secure, but in reality, the data shows most organizations are struggling to deal with emerging IT security threats.
Mobile development is a key trend in technology and business right now, but IT and other departments are struggling to get on the same page, a new survey says.
While more companies are starting to allow and manage personal mobile devices at work, nearly half of firms still don’t have a plan for BYOD security, according to a recent survey.
Companies everywhere are trying to deal with BYOD in ways that increase user productivity without increasing costs or putting too much strain on the IT department. In this guest post, Trend Micro blogger Kaito Mori offers advice on supporting the flood of personal devices coming into the workplace.