Many organizations have adopted cloud computing, BYOD practices and expanded the use of social media, all of which require new technologies and security policies. Without changes, the security of a company is probably inadequate.
Companies are concerned about managing and privacy of data entrusted to service providers. It is unclear whether this [...]Continue Reading →
The Aberdeen Group states that cloud is the core, mobile its edge and social the connections are lie between endpoints. It places the disruptive technologies that are transforming businesses in context, and describes the technical and services infrastructure needed to provide that ideal end‐user experience where everyone’s connected (social), everywhere they go [...]Continue Reading →
Instead of trying to stop BYOD phenomena, companies must focus on helping employees of smartphones and tablets, says market research firm Ovum.
According to the result of the “2013 BYOX – Bring Your Own Anything” survey, tablets are on rise in office. Trying to stand in the path of consumerized mobility [...]Continue Reading →
People are accustomed to using their beautifully-designed and easy-to-use productivity tools in their everyday life. As employees, they now have the same expectation for their work environment. Companies are allowing employees to use their own devices (BYOD) and adopt low-cost SaaS-based solutions to save IT substantial costs but this now renders [...]Continue Reading →
More and more companies encourage their employees to work on their devices, thus reducing the cost of computer equipment, but also increase the cost to maintain licenses and safety.
According to research by Gartner, half of the world’s companies will seek from their workers to individually provide devices for work [...]Continue Reading →
The Big Blue Company gave a big boost to its strategy of market penetration of services and solutions for managing mobile fleets (Mobile Device Management). The group plans to expand its range of solutions management and security of mobile devices and services BYOD.
As part of the strategy, IBM announced MobileFirst, a [...]Continue Reading →
Industry distribution of mobile applications is growing faster than the rate of sales of digital music, which used to be the undisputed leader in online sales. [...]Continue Reading →
The performance and power of mobile phones, along with the development of the infrastructure has made the business intelligence on mobile phones (which has been called Business intelligence on-the-go) a reality.
Until recently, mobile BI solutions suffer from a lack of technological advances and use cases, even with the growing demand [...]Continue Reading →
While cloud computing is in first place among the technologies of interest to the corporate sector, the industry is a struggle for professionals in this field. In 2012, more than 1.7 million jobs in the field of cloud computing remain unoccupied, according to analysts firm IDC. The reason for this is [...]Continue Reading →
IBM announced a wide range of security software solutions to help organizations protect their information and identities within and outside the company in massive data environments such as Big Data, mobile and cloud computing.
Specifically, IBM presented ten products and improvements for organizations to deal with new security threats and challenges arising [...]Continue Reading →
At Citrix Synergy 2012, the conference dedicated to the convergence of mobile working methods and services in the cloud, Citrix has unveiled its new strategy, products, and services for the mobile enterprise.
With the advent of the era of cloud computing, mobile working patterns are changing and many companies are seeking [...]Continue Reading →
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