In this week's Computer Weekly, we examine the long-awaited mobile app from the NHS and ask what it means for a digital health service. We hear from early experimenters of blockchain to find out what it will take for the technology to be enterprise-ready. And we analyse the impact of M&A on corporate networks. Read the issue now.
This article in our Royal Holloway security series focuses on two approaches to securely managing Android mobile devices in the enterprise: mobile device management (MDM) and mobile application management (MAM).
Enterprise mobility management software allows IT to deploy security policies and provide access to internal resources by integrating with APIs in the mobile OSes. This e-guide shows enterprise mobility management software offerings and use cases.
Becoming more digital has emerged as a ruling concept among forward-looking organisations in recent years. Now, while having multi-channel engagement with customers is a big aspect of digital, so too is attracting and retaining the employees who can make a reality of digital transformation.
This handbook explores the positive aspects of devices in the enterprise and also presents the challenges of managing more endpoints, facing security risks and enforcing usage policies – and how to overcome them.
This informative resource takes a look at the risks and rewards of BYOD from a security perspective and details what your organization can do to embrace the brand while ensuring that your sensitive data is protected.
This exclusive resource examines how a government organization embraced a "rugged" notebook solution that is built to endure the rough conditions that your mobile workforce will face out in the field.
This exclusive e-book explores how IT admins can adapt and gain success in this new mobile era by examining the role of development in enterprise mobility management (EMM) and its necessary tie-ins with back-end infrastructure.