The past couple decades have seen the release of dozens of new devices, from smartphones and tablets to laptops, wearable technology, mobile point-of-sale devices and beyond. Today’s average American uses several different devices on a daily basis, including at the office. This reality has prompted companies to establish some stringent bring your own device (BYOD) policies, which have increased convenience while dramatically cutting costs associated with device acquisition. Unfortunately, though, the introduction of personal devices brings lots of serious concerns surrounding multi-device management and security. Read More
As with any new undertaking in a business, the first and most important step is to create a strategy for its development and implementation. And as with any new strategy, one of the first and most important considerations is how to handle the legal issues surrounding this new undertaking. Read More
What Mobile Strategy is Right for Your Business? Bring Your Own Device, or BYOD, has been a mobility strategy that many businesses have invested in over the past few years. However, forecasts for 2015 are predicting that the BYOD trend will taper off as a new strategy arises. Choose your own device, or CYOD, is predicted to take off in 2015 as an alternative to a system that some see as costly and ineffective. Read More
With the constant proliferation of new mobile devices in the market, it’s only a matter of time before bring-your-own-device (BYOD) is de rigueur for every business. The agility and efficiency BYOD brings to the workplace are undeniable — but so are the risks, if a governing policy is not implemented properly. Read More
Hosting your enterprise mobile apps in the cloud can come with a slew of benefits for your company. Cloud hosting is a cost-effective, mobile, and safe way to run your in-house mobile apps. It just takes the right approach, and implementation of security measures. In the end, hosting your apps on the cloud is the safest and most viable option for your company for a variety of reasons. Read More
To accompany the rise of BYOD, a flurry of content has been created to address the challenges with which it presents enterprises. Security, cloud hosting, mobile app development, and other technologically complex issues are discussed at great length and in great detail.
And while these topics are vitally important in the realm of enterprise mobility, they are not the only considerations a company must take into account when moving forward with a BYOD policy. Read More
Enterprise mobility has experienced a boom in the past few years, becoming a top priority for many businesses’ strategies. In 2014 and the coming years, it is predicted to have an increasing impact that companies can’t afford to ignore. Enterprise mobility allows employees access to necessary information even when they are out of the office, a boon for productivity and profits. There are several trends that are predicted to happen in 2014. Take a look at these predictions as you decide what direction to take your mobile strategy in. Read More