Known best for its big iron enterprise software, SAP says it's moving quickly to establish its mobile cred following its purchase of Sybase.
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Mobile IT managers may know smartphone security is critical, but may not understand the reasons why. We outline smartphone vulnerabilities you should be aware of before crafting mobile security policy.
Enterprise vendors, including Cisco and Sybase, are already lined up to support Apple's new mobile device, the iPad.
SherpaTools is a Google Apps reseller that also offers mobile IT managers customization options not available from the Internet company.
Mobile device management is becoming more complex as smartphone use surges in the enterprise and mobile computing shows no sign of tapering off. We highlight five critical issues to assess when selecting mobile management software for your company.
Apple's newest mobile device could be bigger than the iPhone if it takes off in the enterprise.
What are the issues mobile enterprise managers will be facing in the coming year? Some industry insiders weigh in with their predictions.
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Paul Rubens takes issue with Apple's iPhone app approval policy in regard to how it impacts the mobile enterprise space.
Symantec recently rolled out a trio of new offerings for protecting mobile devices and data in the enterprise.
Skype is making inroads into the enterprise as its latest business offering enters a new phase.
Employing services that analyze your company's wireless plans and use can significantly trim enterprise mobile costs. We highlight resources mobile managers can use to keep wireless bills under control.
The mobile management firm's latest software suite is designed specifically for government and military entities.
Tired of playing sheriff in the wild mobile enterprise frontier? The latest version of MobileIron's software gives employees tools to help IT manage mobile use in the enterprise, as well as a platform for creating company-approved app stores.