• Bringing BYOD to your enterprise

    Bring your own device (BYOD) can be a boon for both employees and enterprises, but clear policies and management tools are needed.

  • Mobile health care deployment: Technical requirements

    IT departments deploying mobile health care solutions must ensure that using mobile devices in health care settings doesn't violate federal laws or compromise security.

  • location awareness

    Location awareness is a component of presence technology that delivers information about a device's physical location to another user or application. The location is usually determined by one of th...

  • tablet PC

    A tablet PC is a wireless personal computer (PC) that allows a user to take notes using natural handwriting with a stylus or digital pen on a touch screen.

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  • Bringing BYOD to your enterprise

    Bring your own device (BYOD) can be a boon for both employees and enterprises, but clear policies and management tools are needed. 

  • Enterprise mobile security: Learn the keys to mobile app/OS protection

    As users grow more mobile device-dependent, enterprise mobile security has become imperative. This chapter from "Mobile Application Security" details how to protect devices and safeguard mobile apps. 

  • Managing mobile workers

    Managers of mobile workers have the responsibility in ensuring that their staff are performing their tasks efficiently, effectively and productively regardless of their location or even their working hours. Some managers embrace mobility while others... 

  • Protecting your corporate laptops

    In this special report, you'll discover how to protect your laptops from hackers and thieves and learn what to do if one of your corporate laptops is stolen. You'll also find information to help your employees safeguard their laptops while traveling.... 

  • Products of the Year 2005

    You are invited to submit your company's mobile product(s) to be considered for our Products of the Year awards. Winning products will be highlighted in a special feature on SearchMobileComputing.com in January 2005. 

  • hard reset (factory reset; master reset)

    A hard reset, also known as a factory reset or master reset, is the restoration of a device, such as a smartphone or tablet, to its state when it left the factory. All settings, applications and data added by the user are removed. 

  • Android Factory Reset

    Android Factory Reset is a feature that erases all device settings, user data, third-party applications, and associated application data from an Android device’s internal flash storage to return the device to the condition it was in when shipped from... 

  • location awareness

    Location awareness is a component of presence technology that delivers information about a device's physical location to another user or application. The location is usually determined by one of three methods... (Continued) 

  • tablet PC

    A tablet PC is a wireless personal computer (PC) that allows a user to take notes using natural handwriting with a stylus or digital pen on a touch screen. 

  • geolocation

    Geolocation is the detection of the physical location of an Internet connected computing device. As a noun, geolocation refers to the physical location itself; as a verb, the term refers to the process of detecting that location. 

  • Microsoft System Center Mobile Device Manager (MSCMDM)

    Microsoft System Center Mobile Device Manager (MSCMDM) is server-based software that allows enterprise IT professionals to manage and automate tasks for Windows Mobile devices. (Continued...) 

  • push voice

    Push Voice is a service that enables functionality normally associated with PBX-based phone systems for cellular phones or other mobile handsets... (Continued) 

  • GPS messaging (Global Positioning System messaging or mid-air messaging)

    GPS (Global Positioning System) messaging is a wireless messaging system for location-specific rather than recipient-specific messages. 

  • Galileo

    Galileo is the informal name for the European Global Navigation Satellite System (GNSS), a system that will offer users anywhere in the world "near pinpoint" geographic positioning when it becomes fully operational by 2008. Designed to be interoperab... 

  • telecommuting

    Telecommuting and telework are synonyms for the use of telecommunication to work outside the traditional office or workplace, usually at home (SOHO) or in a mobile situation. 

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About Managing Mobile Users

As more employees require mobile access it can be quite a challenge to manage these mobile users. In this managing mobile users topic section you’ll learn how to determine which employees should have mobile devices that access your corporate resources, and you’ll discover tips and advice for managing mobile users regardless of whether the device is company issued or employee owned. Learn why managing mobile users is critical to the success of you mobile device strategy.