Mobile Devices in the Enterprise
Free Download: Tablets and Smartphones in the Enterprise. Mobile devices have become increasingly popular in the enterprise. Here are ways to incorporate BYOD into your company.
The Android operating system is still the source of some headaches for IT administrators, partly because the security and versioning issues related to Android devices are more pronounced on Google's popular platform than on other mobile OSes.
Take this quiz to see how much you know about Android devices, security and versions. Once you're done, we'll guide you to tips and resources where you can learn more.READ MORE ➦
When developing an enterprise mobility program, an organization needs to determine the appropriate level of security, evaluate how workers use their mobile devices and make sure the proper infrastructure is in place.READ MORE ➦
The proliferation of mobile devices in the workplace has become a well-established trend. But the increasing use of employees’ personal mobile devices puts IT departments in an unusual position: End-user practices, rather than strategic IT plans, are driving the adoption of the technology, and IT needs mobile device management software to handle it.READ MORE ➦
Workers may hold on to the PC because mobility represents such a new way of doing things. Benjamin Robbins, co-founder at Seattle-based mobile consultancy Palador, said his transition to a mobile-only lifestyle was tough. . .READ MORE ➦
IT departments face an influx of new employee mobile devices at the outset of 2013, and while it may be a nuisance, the best approach is to support them as part of an enterprise mobility strategy. Once organizations accept that the mobile trend is here to stay and begin to plan for it, new devices won't be a problem, industry watchers said.READ MORE ➦
Enterprise mobility can do great things for employee productivity, but it raises some serious concerns for IT professionals -- particularly when it comes to developing and deploying mobile applications.WATCH THE VIDEO ➦