Are you in the market for a mobile device management (MDM) software solution? Be sure to read this e-book from SearchConsumerization.com first for help making a more informed purchasing decision.
In this expert guide, you’ll learn some common mistakes made by today’s organizations when it comes to identity and access management (IAM) on mobile devices. You’ll also find tips for managing mobile authentication methods and setting mobile policies.
This Security School from SearchSecurity.com breaks down the challenges of enterprise mobility and provides guidance for developing an over-arching security strategy that mitigates the issues inherent to BYOD.
In this e-guide, our expert Niel Nickolaisen offers a five-point solution for managing endpoint security for the hyper-connected enterprise. Then expert Lisa Phifer shares what mobile device management software IT needs and why.
Extending Public Key Infrastructure’s (PKI) certificate-based authentication to include mobile devices is the only way to restore the security of computing assets in the BYOD era. Read this whitepaper to learn how to add mobile devices to your Enterprise PKI solution.
This white paper explains how the features and options available for ruggedized mobile computers used in warehousing and distribution can extend the time they can perform in warehouses and distribution centers. It also provides guidance on how to make decisions that will protect your investments by meeting user needs today and into the future.
User-based licensing allows protection on multiple devices for each employee, meaning companies need only know the number of mobile workers, not the number of devices. Inside, you'll find 5 reasons you should consider user-based licensing for your organization.
This webcast discusses the place of BlackBerry 10 in the move towards real-time enterprise collaboration and how they are working to definitively establish the right balance between personal workspace and the enterprise workspace on mobile desktops.
This document provides an overview of BlackBerry® Enterprise Server components and is intended to help administrators prepare for the design and delivery of disaster recovery procedures for the BlackBerry environment.
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