I don’t know about you, but if you have spent more than 10 minutes looking at the mobile “landscape,” you are probably as confused as I am. In fact, I think it looks more like a jungle than a landscape. New mobile technologies, coupled with the way we interact and consume information, have led to […]
Jeffrey Hammond of Forrester Research and Christopher Willis, chief marketing officer for Verivo Software, discuss the seven steps to managing BYOD. From the types of devices, workloads and security classes you need to support to the information, features and activities that users expect to use, learn more about the best approach to planning and executing […]
The way in which we access information is radically different today because of mobility. Access to knowledge and information is no longer tied to a PC, to an office, or hard-wired Web connection. Information and business processes can be tapped everywhere because of mobility. Because of that, the very nature of what it means to be an information worker is changing, becoming more real-time, more democratic, and more engaged with consumers.
Over the past few weeks, a whole new wave of high-end smartphones has been announced. While Apple’s iPhone 5 was the undisputed star of the show, Samsung, Nokia, Motorola and RIM have all had big launches recently, each trying to grab market share in the phone industry’s most vibrant sector. Read on to find out what this means for the enterprise and how it’s impacting the rise of BYOD.
There was a time when developing one enterprise app was considered a major milestone. Today, companies are developing multiple apps, primarily to increase employee productivity and engage better with customers. Our recent online survey also underscores this trend. Read on to find out more findings from our survey.
“Companies are increasingly allowing employees to bring in their own devices. So we no longer have sort of a secure, locked up environment.” In this video, Kathryn “Kitty” Weldon of Current Analysis talks with Parna Sarkar-Basu, vice president of marketing communications for Verivo Software, about the latest trends in enterprise mobility. Read on to find out more.
Does a Bring Your Own Device policy increase productivity or create more problems? In this Q&A, Steven Levy, chief executive officer for Verivo Software, discusses the benefits and challenges of BYOD. As an employee-driven trend, do you sense that business managers are now ready to embrace the use of personal technology in the workplace? Read on for Steve Levy’s answer to this and more.
Jeffrey Hammond, principal analyst of Forrester Research discusses HTML5 with Chris Willis, CMO, Verivo Software. Video Transcript: Willis: HTML is a big buzzword today. How important is it for companies to embrace that? Hammond: It’s the most-asked question that I get from my clients today… Watch the video to learn more about Jeffrey Hammond’s perspective on HTML5 and enterprise mobility.
IT’s initial “lock ‘em down” reaction to the smartphone influx several years ago gave rise to many mobile device management (MDM) platforms. Read on to learn how mobile app management (MAM) platforms take a different approach to enterprise mobility, focusing on effective app management rather than total device control.
In a recent poll conducted here and on LinkedIn, you voted security as the number one challenge for companies looking to drive enterprise mobility in today’s bring your own device (BYOD) era. Read on to find out more about the results from our poll.