The number and types of devices touching the enterprise continue to proliferate, so a mobility assessment is the first step in preparing a comprehensive plan for mobile device management. E-Book | SearchConsumerization.com
Samsung has joined the growing list of enterprise mobility management providers, but questions remain about its approach to managing iOS and competitors' mobile devices.
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There's no one-size-fits-all fix to mobile content management issues, but EMM vendors are upping the ante, and new, low-cost approaches are available. News | SearchConsumerization.com
You can modify SE Android to monitor devices and improve security, but doing so requires rooting devices, so it isn't for everyone.
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BYOD is a ways off from fulfilling its promise, because BYOD management and cost challenges still stand in the way. Feature | SearchConsumerization.com
Will new technology from enterprise mobile management vendors be trumped by focus on further acquisitions? Experts see an answer in the middle. News | SearchConsumerization.com
After a year of big enterprise mobility management acquisitions, 2014 has started with the biggest move of all.
VMware Inc. surprised the mobile IT world this week with its agreement to purchase AirWatch, LLC of Atlanta, one of the... News | SearchConsumerization.com
BlackBerry's devices no longer hold the cachet they once had, and many organizations have embraced its competitors, but its server-side software may keep IT shops from replacing BlackBerry completely.
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Users root their Android devices because it gives them unlimited access, but system administrators can root devices, too, then analyze everything that's happening on the phone. Rooting Android devices isn't for everyone, however.
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