BYOD, corporate-issued, or a mix. Today, you can manage all the mobile platforms and devices in your enterprise through a single pane of glass. Find out how, in this IT-level...
"Enterprise Mobility Management (EMM) is top of mind for most CIOs today, not just because of BYOD, but also because of the
You've heard the rumors: the future of BlackBerry® is uncertain. But is that really the full story? Yankee Group demonstrates that many details about BlackBerry's current...
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How do organizations shift from a BlackBerry-for-all approach to true mobile device diversity while maintaining the control, management, security and compliance they were used to before BYOD?
Employees unknowingly create corporate data security risks by adopting these easy-to-use, personal applications. Read this executive brief to learn more.
Valuable enterprise data lives on endpoint devices, changes constantly and flows freely throughout organizations. But what happens when data is inappropriately shared or breached because a user adopts an unsafe consumer-based sync and share tool?
According to Aberdeen Group's "Maximizing the Business Value of Mobile Video Collaboration" report, companies with mobile video saw increased virtual attendance at work-related events vs. those that didn't support mobile video.
Businesses must choose an enterprise video-conferencing system that provides users the flexibility they need to collaborate anywhere, anytime and with anyone they want. Download this white paper to learn more.
The Gartner "MarketScope for Group Video Systems" evaluates 7 group video system vendors based on 6 customer-focused criteria such as customer experience, market responsiveness and track record, and offering strategy.
Application teams are pressured to deliver new applications at the speed of business, while meeting user demands for high quality, ease of use, and functionality.