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As the BYOD trend fades, a more holistic approach emerges
The BYOD trend isn't as relevant as it once was. Enterprise mobility today is about much more than employees bringing their own smartphones and tablets to work. Organizations instead need to focus on mobile apps, management and security as a whole, to make all devices viable productivity tools -- regardless of who owns them. This issue's cover story explains the importance of a holistic mobility approach in the post-BYOD era.
Also in this issue, readers will learn how Apple iOS configuration profiles can help IT admins manage iPhones and iPads. Box's chief strategy officer sits down for a Q&A on the enterprise file sync-and-share market. And some of the most well-known enterprise mobility experts share their predictions for 2016.
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The enterprise file sharing market has gotten a touch-up lately, with Box and Dropbox adding new features for document sharing and team collaboration.
To assert more control over users' devices, IT admins can install iOS configuration profiles on iPads and iPhones that allow them to change device settings.
There's yet another new set of iPhones on the market, and they come with features such as 3D Touch that other providers would do well to steal.
Mobile apps, the Internet of Things and "comfortable computing" are primed to dominate the industry next year.
News in this issue
Enterprise mobility is no longer about just supporting employees' personal devices. Organizations are taking steps beyond adopting the BYOD model to embrace content and data management.
Box's new CSO sounds off on why the company has integrated its platform with the likes of Microsoft and Apple, and where Box stands in the file-sharing market.
Columns in this issue
To successfully support enterprise mobility, IT admins need to change the way they think about mobile data access, security and more.
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