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  • New tools let IT admins cut the cord to manage mobile users

    The new release of MobileIron's software for managing mobile devices and data helps IT staff themselves be more mobile and lets management tasks be grouped and segregated to improve privacy and security.

    Written by John Cox04 July 14 09:10
  • Enterprise mobility demands an innovative approach to IT organization

    Perhaps nowhere else in IT is the opportunity to innovate as rich as it is with enterprise mobility. Smartphones and tablets offer the chance to improve everything from employee productivity to how you interact with customers and achieve competitive advantage. But most enterprises are trying to implement modern mobility strategies using existing IT organizational structures.

    Written by Jon Kuhn, director of product management, Enterprise Mobility Group, Symantec25 April 13 18:26
  • What to do when your phone upgrade demands brawn over beauty

    When Ferguson Enterprises decided to upgrade mobile phones for thousands of employees, the plumbing supplies distributor opted for a chunky, 12-ounce handset with a 3.7-inch screen, running a version of Microsoft Windows Mobile, and able to stand up to repeated 6-foot drops to polished concrete. Hadn't they heard of the iPhone? Or the Samsung Galaxy S III?

    Written by John Cox13 Dec. 12 22:50
  • Dell software aims to automate mobile device management

    To handle the explosion of mobile devices in the enterprise, Dell this week unveiled plans for a server designed to automate a wide range of mobile management jobs for mid-range business customers.

    Written by John Cox13 Dec. 12 15:53
  • Education is key to BYOD security: Experts

    Educating employees on how to protect data on their smartphones and tablets is crucial to bring-your-own-device (BYOD) security, according to a panel of security experts.

    Written by Diana Nguyen08 Nov. 11 16:38
  • Tips for better mobile security

    In the last 18-months, the mobile computing landscape has changed completely. People are bringing their own computers to the office and carrying smartphones and tablet devices that are as powerful as desktop computers were only a short while ago. Here’s how to make sure these devices don’t compromise your organisation.

    Written by Matt Rodgers26 Sept. 11 12:25
  • Only 10% of Aussie enterprises prefer BYOT: Ovum

    A new survey has found only 10 per cent of large Australian enterprises prefer bring your own technology (BYOT) schemes, as opposed to other mobility strategies.

    Written by Lisa Banks13 Sept. 11 11:44
  • Mobility in the enterprise - Part 2

    No CIO wants to be the person who says ‘no’ to productivity -- especially when the request for iPads comes from the company’s senior executives. But when it comes to mobile devices entering the enterprise, CIOs face the ultimate challenge: How to best service their employees while keeping a lid on costs and security.

    Written by Matt Rodgers23 Aug. 11 10:15
  • CIO Summit: Mobility soars as priority for CIOs

    In the space of just 12 months mobility has increased dramatically as a priority for Australian CIOs, according to IDC's latest CIO Forecast for Management Survey.

    Written by Lisa Banks21 July 11 15:42
  • Unisys service uses the cloud to manage mobile devices

    Unisys is introducing a new service on Wednesday that will allow its customers to better manage, secure and support mobile devices carried around by employees, company executives said on Tuesday.

    Written by John Ribeiro01 Oct. 09 10:21
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