Pros and cons of 3 common BYOD management strategies

As companies start allowing employees to bring in their personal mobile devices to work, IT departments need to find a way to manage those devices. Here’s a look at some of companies’ most common BYOD management strategies. 

Study: iPhone’s Siri just as dangerous in the car as texting

Along with tips on how to keep mobile devices and data secure, here’s another item companies may want to add to their smartphone training: 

Ubuntu Touch: The next popular mobile OS?

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. 

3 keys for mobile training that cuts IT support headaches

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. 

Survey: Customers are worried about BYOD security

IT managers have a lot of concerns about the security of data when it’s held on users’ personal mobile devices. But there’s another group out there that might share IT’s worries about BYOD security: 

3 hidden costs of BYOD – and what to do about them

When deciding on a mobile strategy, here are three hidden costs of BYOD companies need to consider. 

3 safer BYOD alternatives IT can consider

Is your organization looking to get the benefits of BYOD, but wary of the security, legal and other risks of letting personal devices into work? Here are three alternatives to BYOD companies can consider.

Survey: Smartphone users don’t care about costs

A new study finds users are doing a lot of work on mobile devices while they’re out of the office. That could have negative consequences for workers’ health and their company’s bottom line. 

Google and Microsoft announce tablet, smartphone updates

A few days after Apple unveiled its new iPad Mini tablet, Google has announced some updates to its own line Nexus tablets. 

Survey: Majority of companies aren’t ready for BYOD

Most tech experts agree, the consumerization of IT and BYOD are coming, whether IT departments are ready or not. And, according to one recent report, most aren’t.