Conventional wisdom said Macintosh devices have no place on a Windows enterprise network. Yet, this thinking stymies innovation and, according to IBM, may even be costing the company money.
Enterprise mobility has gone beyond BYOD (bring your own device) and the ability to work anywhere, any time. It is now a key underpinning of productivity and innovation so necessary for Australian enterprises to compete on a global scale. Samsung has commissioned some very interesting Australian research.
Despite an increase in mobile threats, Australian enterprises are not adopting adequate mobile security measures, according to new data released by MobileIron.
With Matrix42 earning inclusion in Gartner’s EMM Magic Quadrant a little over two weeks ago, we caught up with the company’s local country manager, Michael Alf, for a chat.
Blackberry is back and it wants a slice of the mobility pie – but not in the way it did previously via devices.
The worldwide “niche” enterprise mobility management software market is set to grow fourfold in the next five years to US$10 billion.
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