- June 14, 2013
Knowledge of the National Security Agency's surveillance has led some companies to revamp their data privacy policies.
- May 10, 2013
Thinking about a BYOD program? Make sure you know what the business value is, and that you're not just doing it to placate gadget-happy end users.
- October 10, 2012
BYOD programs can bring many benefits, but even veteran BYOD shops such as Citrix run into occasional problems.
- August 17, 2011
Shocker: Resellers cite some big orders for non-Apple tablets.
- April 18, 2011
There are lots of tools available for mobile endpoint security and management, but few offer the total solution. That leaves VARs with lots of work to do.
- February 21, 2011
Tablet PCs are taking IT departments by storm, and security is top of mind. In this Q&A with industry expert Nick Arvanitis, you'll learn the importance of having a mobile policy and how to approach tablet and mobile security from the top down.
- June 16, 2010
To the chagrin of IT pros, end users want to bring their own devices to work. Virtual desktop technology can help those companies willing to support non-standard computers.
- September 22, 2009
The tidal wave of threats against your company's IT resources -- and in particular, its data -- has never been higher. As users store company data to their smartphones and similar mobile devices, we asked Sean Glynn, head of product development with...
- October 22, 2008
Enterprise IT organizations are underestimating the number of mobile workers they have. Beyond the knowledge workers and executives who have corporate smartphones, a new class of employees want to use their personal mobile devices on the job. IT ...
- October 08, 2008
With terrible indoor cellular coverage impeding its ability to support mobile users, the hospital chain Baptist Healthcare System adopted a distributed antenna system from ADC. The system improved patient care at its hospitals and its ability to ...
- September 24, 2008
Fixed-mobile convergence vendor DiVitas has added rich mobile unified communications features to its client and boosted its scalability by switching to a software-based approach.
- September 15, 2008
There are two main approaches to fixed-mobile convergence: cellular-only and dual-mode Wi-Fi/cellular. Each approach has benefits and challenges. At Interop this week, vendors on both sides of the issue will debate what enterprises should choose.
- September 03, 2008
While next-generation mobile phones are more open and play nicer with third-party developers, some applications are still taboo, particularly when they intersect with service provider interests.
- August 13, 2008
The durability of ruggedized mobile devices is only the first consideration for mobile managers with workers who take devices into hazardous environments. Connectivity, usability and portability are also important features.
- August 11, 2008
Recognizing that mobile computing now has the potential for million-dollar deals, IBM offers an enterprise mobility consulting practice.