You've requested...

Share this with your colleagues:

Download this next:

Best Practices for Mobile Device Management

Smartphones are becoming more sophisticated and powerful day by day. Since these devices can do so much and are available at a much lower cost nowadays, they seem to be everywhere in the enterprise. However, because of their capabilities, they require much better management practices than many enterprises are used to.

This e-guide from reveals numerous tips for mobile device management in the enterprise, plus a checklist to help you make your MDM strategy.

These are also closely related to: "Client Management Technology for Dummies"

  • Expert Tips for Managing Mobile Devices in the Enterprise

    Although desktops and laptops aren’t becoming obsolete, they are no longer the only options for end-users. More and more employees today are exploiting consumerization and bringing their own tablets or smartphones to the workplace, with or without permission.

    In this E-Guide from, discover how you can get a grip on mobile device management in your enterprise. Discover the challenges and opportunities of implementing various devices, and also uncover the security risks they pose. Also read a special report featuring news and analysis on the latest IT device management trends, including business smartphone use and iPad enterprise management.

  • Tablets & Smartphones in the Enterprise

    The bring your own device (BYOD) trend is distinctly different from other technology shifts in the workplace. Since it is the employees forcing this upon their employers - rather than the other way around - IT staffers are being forced to institute policies and solutions on the fly, and often find themselves one step behind.

    Read this white paper to get strategic, practical advice on how to manage the BYOD trend. You'll find discussions concerning specific management tools, key applications to utilize, how to manage app usage, and more.

    Sponsored By: BlackBerry

Find more content like what you just read: