The October issue of Information Security offers advice on controlling the onslaught of employee-owned devices in your workplace, mitigating the risks of mobile applications, and changing your thought process when it comes to securing the consumerization of IT.
In this E-Guide from SearchConsumerization.com, uncover the importance of an enterprise mobility strategy and learn more about the pros and cons of the top three options today: Mobile device management, mobile application management, and mobile information management.
Configuration management is one of the most essential (if not the most essential) function served by mobile device management. In this expert guide from SearchConsumerization.com, you'll get a detailed look at the considerations you need to take concerning configuration management.
Read on and learn more about an integrated approach to mobile device management that can provide comprehensive IT control and policy enforcement while empowering end-user productivity via beautifully delivered mobile applications.
Is it time to upgrade your old devices? Developed from industry research and insights from Intel IT, this Business Client Refresh ROI Estimator lets you explore the business value of replacing your aging PCs with new Intel® processor-based devices.
In this expert guide from SearchVirtualDesktop.com, Scott Davis, Chief Technology Officer for VMware, discusses the role of desktop virtualization in the mobile world - and what role it will continue to play in the future.
This E-Guide from our experts at SearchSecurity.com teaches you the most effective ways to create BYOD policies and communicate those policies to your employees. Read on and learn how you can build BYOD awareness from the top down.
Many CIOs face overwhelming user demand to support personal mobile devices on the WLAN. This paper reviews the issues IT organizations face when employees demand to use their personal mobile devices in the office.
This paper is the fourth in a four-part series that addresses mobile communications in the healthcare industry. Part Four zeroes in on the features and capabilities that make BlackBerry smartphones an ideal match for healthcare industry requirements.