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How Mobility Is Driving the Digital Transformation

The internet of things (IoT), artificial intelligence (AI) and other emerging technologies dominate headlines today, but CIOs and their IT teams aren't neglecting mobility either. In fact, the vast majority consider mobility as a key priority in their organization, according to a recent survey from the Enterprise Mobility Exchange. The resulting "Read More >

Mobility Energizes the Digital Enterprise

Mobile frameworks—and their role in digital business—create huge opportunities and the ability to disrupt an industry. But navigating mobility is challenging. Read More >

Is It Time for the Apple Watch?

In a world–and a business environment–filled with iPhones and iPads, it's obvious that the Apple Watch represents the next phase of mobility. Read More >

Three Things CIOs Must Know About Mobile Apps

In today's rapidly evolving mobile arena, it's critical for CIOs to avoid common pitfalls and embrace these best practices. Read More >

Five Ways to Maximize Enterprise Mobility

Mobile technology introduces new opportunities and challenges. CIOs must walk a fine line between enterprise requirements and the needs and desires of users. Read More >

The World Is Going Mobile

The ongoing collision between the business and consumer worlds—partly spurred by BYOD—will translate into radically different IT systems and infrastructure. Read More >

Mobile's Potential to Increase Productivity

Businesses continue to view mobile devices, mobile apps and their content as new, exciting tools that can increase worker productivity. That is leading to new solutions that are enabling enterprise IT to engage knowledge workers in the field, according to a new report by bigtincan, "Read More >

Three Reasons to Revisit Your Tablet Strategy

The iPad and other tablets have the potential to transform employee collaboration and productivity in the enterprise. Here are three reasons to re-explore your organization's approach to tablets. Read More >

Despite Gains, Companies Don't Budget for Mobile

Although mobile technology improves employee productivity, particularly in customer service, many small and medium-sized businesses do not budget for mobile devices, according to a new survey by Sage North America. Instead, they take an ad hoc approach, addressing employees' needs as they arise. "Slightly more than three quarters... Read More >

Managing an Employee's Multiple Devices

Delivering consistency across multiple devices and managing endpoint devices in a user-centric fashion is critical to enabling success in the enterprise. Read More >

There's No App for That!

In today's post-PC world, the majority of devices are mobile, but many organizations lack a mobile strategy, let alone a mobile app for customers and clients. Read More >

Arkansas Embraces a Mobile-First Approach

The State of Arkansas has launched an ambitious initiative to make mobility the centerpiece of its emerging business strategy. Read More >

The Future of Enterprise Mobility

A pair of mobility experts from 451 Research and Yankee Group talks about what's in store for the enterprise in terms of mobility trends and developments. Read More >

BYOD Is On the Rise, But Who's Watching the Store?

The bring your own device (BYOD) phenomenon has swept the globe, according to new data from SailPoint, a security firm. In fact, the company's survey of 400 IT leaders in the U.S. and U.K. reveals that not only is BYOD being widely embraced by the corporate... Read More >

Mobile Access to ECMs Needs Improvement

ECM (Enterprise Content Management) is one of the few IT areas that has maintained double-digit growth over the past few years and this is expected to continue, according to "ECM at the Crossroads," a survey by AIIM, a nonprofit association of information professionals. However, many organizations must still decide how to implement ECM, which is... Read More >

CIOs Face Major Mobile Management Challenges

Most CIOs realize that there are many important issues associated with the rise of bring your own device (BYOD). But a new survey from CDW makes it clear as to how wide-ranging—and potentially serious—these issues are. For starters, both IT employees and professionals who use personal, mobile devices for work (a.k.a., BYODers) say there is a "support gap" in making sure these... Read More >

Organizations Taking Risky Approach to BYOD

While the bring your own device (BYOD) trend only continues to gain momentum, the implementation of effective policies to establish best practices for the use of personal devices on the job remains a work in progress. And the lack of an accelerated timetable could leave organizations exposed to regulatory penalties and network breaches, according to a recent survey of IT leaders and... Read More >

IT Not Trusted With Employees' Personal Data

CIOs might be deathly afraid of important corporate information getting into the wrong hands, but a new BYOD study from Aruba Networks indicates that CIOs should be concerned about their employees, many of who are concerned about the loss of... Read More >

Companies Not Protecting Data on Mobile Devices

According to a recent Ponemon Institute report, The Risk of Regulated Data on Mobile Devices, many organizations fail to protect regulated data on mobile devices and in the cloud. Regulated data is sensitive and confidential information that organizations are... Read More >

Best Practices of Mobile Technology Leaders

How are IT executives preparing from the transition to mobile technologies in the enterprise? To find out, IBM and IDC conducted a joint study, "Putting mobile first: Best practices of mobile technology... Read More >

BYOD Practices Remain a Work in Progress

The state of bring your own device (BYOD) practices remains very much an evolving picture within the enterprise, according to a recent survey from CTIA-The Wireless Association. CIOs and other tech decision-makers believe, for example, that only a small fraction of employees are taking part in BYOD activity. However, mobile users indicate that adoption is far, far more widespread than that.... Read More >

How Smart Companies Manage BYOD

When done right, BYOD can trim costs, reduce tech support, enhance collaboration and connectedness, and create real-time customer interactions. Read More >

BYOD in Minneapolis: Managed Services Cures Headaches

"There's always this question of whether or not you build versus buy, do it in house versus hosted," says Otto Doll, CIO of the City of Minneapolis. "[Enterprise mobility] is one of those areas that we feel the industry provides solutions all the way down through management and that was a good way for us to go." Read More >

Personal Privacy Is a Top BYOD Fear

The survey results also indicated businesses are unprepared for dealing with the growing BYOD trend. Read More >

BYOD Sends Mobile Device Management Costs Soaring

Bring you own device (BYOD) initiatives and smartphone usage are causing a rise in mobile device management costs. Read More >

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