Yahoo CEO Marissa Mayer says mobile computing may remake her company completely.
Quick news roundup for Thursday, 11/14 including: IBM's plans to buy out Fiberlink, Juniper's new CEO with experience in the CIO world and the Executive Director announcement for the opensource collaboration The OpenDaylight Project.
Just make an app! What could be simpler?! Well, maybe a responsive web design could be simpler.
Nobody ever said managing a BYOD program was easy, but the good folks at MaaS360 have offered up a bit of advice aimed at helping you at least put the right steps in place.
Tangoe, a global provider of communications lifecycle management software and services, is going into the business of advising companies on how to successfully implement bring-your-own-device programs.
The growing popularity of BYOD programs is placing greater emphasis on governance--formal policies that govern acceptable behavior of employees who wish to access the corporate network with their personal mobile devices.
While cloud computing and big data are grabbing most of the headlines of late, the Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) movement is still very much alive, and giving IT managers plenty to be concerned about.
The mobile device management (MDM) market is on track to grow at a compound annual growth rate of 21 percent over the next three years, according to the just-released report "Global Mobile Device Management Enterprise Software Market 2012-2016" from Research and Markets.
Mobile device management (MDM) is Mobile device management (MDM) is evolving into application and content management, with the core driver being the demand for greater security around corporate assets, wherever they may reside and regardless of format, according to a report in DigiTimes. This is creating a strong, fledgling submarket for mobile security management (MSM)., creating a strong, fledging submarket for mobile security management (MSM)
Bring-Your-Own-Device (BYOD) dominates tech headlines these days, and it is tempting for organizations to let down their guard just a bit to encourage the practice. Before they do, though, they should check out these five warnings.