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Six Essential Steps for Unleashing the Power of Enterprise Mobility

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Improve BYOD with the Bonjour Protocol

The bring-your-own-device (BYOD) sensation has resulted in enterprise networks being bombarded by requests to use Apple products in the workplace. Unfortunately, iOS devices can be quite difficult to connect to file sharing servers, monitoring, and printers.

To remedy the issue, Apple has released the Bonjour gateway protocol which, despite its shortcomings, can increase mobility and flexibility while helping with mobile device management techniques.

This E-Guide from SearchNetworking.com details the Bonjour gateway and how it can help your organization. In addition, uncover key advice that will help you devise a BYOD policy that best suits your users – and your enterprise.

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    As the number of devices per employee proliferates within enterprises, IT has to respond with technology and policies to prevent data breaches, network bottlenecks and other management headaches. Which devices should IT choose to support, and what are the implications for endpoint management and security? How can IT open the gates without losing control of its environment? And how can IT satisfy users demanding ever more mobile apps and support?

  • Future-proof your mobility strategy with Dell Enterprise Mobility Management

    Read this paper to discover best practices to future-proof your mobile strategy in the evolving world of devices, operating systems, work habits and mobile business models. Also, find out how Dell Enterprise Mobility Management (EMM) can help maintain security and control administrative complexity.

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