Modern Mobility

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  • Security completes the mobile DevOps trifecta

    Colin Steele - Editorial Director 14 Apr 2015
  • "Mobile DevOps" sounds like the result of a marketing brainstorming session. Marketer 1: "What's a hot technology these days?" Marketer 2: "Mobile." Marketer 1: "OK, what else?" Marketer 2: ...

  • Citrix 'disappointed' in Q1 earnings, CEO says

    Colin Steele - Editorial Director 09 Apr 2015
  • Citrix's first-quarter revenue will be at least $20 million short of projections. The company announced its preliminary earnings today, reducing its revenue outlook to $755 million to $760 million ...

  • A look at Apple's iOS 8.3 enterprise updates

    Colin Steele - Editorial Director 09 Apr 2015
  • The biggest updates in iOS 8.3 are user-facing: support for Apple Watch, iCloud Photo Library optimizations and racially diverse emojis. But there's a handful of enterprise updates and fixes that ...

  • Content, content everywhere

    Colin Steele - Editorial Director 09 Apr 2015
  • If you’re like me, you store data in lots of different places and access it from a variety of devices. I keep most of my personal and work documents in Microsoft OneDrive so I can read and edit ...

  • Behind the scenes of app refactoring

    Alyssa Provazza - Executive Editor 07 Apr 2015
  • IT pros have wanted and needed a way to make Windows applications look more like mobile apps for a while. When we launched the new Modern Mobility e-zine this month, it seemed like the perfect time ...

  • 'Do not be afraid' of going mobile

    Carl Setterlund - Associate Site Editor 31 Mar 2015
  • There are plenty of enterprise mobility management (EMM) services out there to enable mobile users in the workplace, but a management tool alone won't cut it. There are many other factors IT ...

  • Welcome to Modern Mobility

    Colin Steele - Editorial Director 24 Mar 2015
  • Enterprise mobility sure has changed a lot since terms like "BYOD" and "consumerization" burst onto the scene earlier this decade. Those were dark days, when everyone feared the employee-owned ...