Today smartphones and tablets play an integral role in the work life of an employee. A survey by Samsung and GfK Public Communications and Social Science of mobile workers found if employees had to choose just one computing device, the largest number picked their smartphones. The survey included 1,205 workers from professionals to healthcare workers. 93% of those surveyed used a smartphone for work every day. Those surveyed spent 33% of their day using their mobile devices at work.
Mobile Threat Defense (MTD) has been on the rise for a few years, but it is just now finding a foothold as a legitimate must-have among organizations who have been in “watch and see” mode.
How to handle and manage mobile devices in-this-day-and-age is a question that all companies are asking themselves OR should be asking themselves whether you are a small, medium or large organization. In this blog, I will be covering the Options Available for Device Management.
With the endless amount of possibilities and avenues for meeting customer’s mobility needs, it is sometimes hard to find definitive resources for your company to refer to for guidance. To make things more manageable, here are a few resources to figure out how much your company is spending on mobility.
The end of summer has arrived. The kids are back at school; the NFL has started back up, and for those of us in mobility related industries, the new iPhones have been revealed at their usual yearly keynote. Which means for a lot of people who want the latest and greatest, waiting in long lines, and scurrying online and on the phone to reserve an iPhone 7 or iPhone 7 Plus device.
Apple and Android have been the consistent focus of enterprise mobility since the fall of BlackBerry, so this might surprise you: if you want to see the future of enterprise mobility, look to the history of enterprise IT: Microsoft. Yes, Microsoft. The Windows 10 keynote took place in the first week of October, amid much speculation whether Microsoft’s keynote could measure up to Apple’s keynote in September. And you could say it went great.