White Papers by Topic: Mobile apps

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Breaking BlackBerry: Your transition plan in 10 easy steps

The move from BlackBerry should be a methodical approach that turns off the BES lights in a phased and methodical manner as you integrate iOS and Android into your mobility strategy.

AIIM Trendscape: The New Mobile Reality

This AIIM Trendscape report shares data, expert opinions, and a unique perspective on the impact of cloud and mobility in the enterprise, surfacing issues that are not readily apparent in existing coverage about mobile technologies.

Box for Mobile Datasheet

Box can boost productivity across your organization and in a variety of industries. View this datasheet to learn more.

The Challenges and Opportunities of Mobile Application Development

Nearly all business users now demand mobile devices--their own or company-owned--along with anywhere access to corporate applications and data. What turns mobile devices into productivity engines for enterprises? Mobile applications.

Use the Mobile App Mix to Choose an Enterprise App Store Strategy

In this research report Gartner outlines how organizations can optimally secure, distribute, and manage mobile applications for employees and contracted workers.

BlackBerry Enterprise Server Express Solution Center

Free Download: Enhance Users' BlackBerry Experience

Retooling IT for a Mobile Workforce: The Importance of Automation – IDC Analyst Connection

As the workforce becomes increasingly mobile, IT needs to consider automated tools that provide proactive monitoring and desktop management and ensure compliance with IT policies. Check out this research note from IDC for guidance.

HP EliteBook and Intel® vPro™ Technology: Rx for Healthcare Mobility

With the sudden influx of new, productivity-enhancing applications, even the most tethered of industries are anxious to go mobile or enhance their current mobile technology. HP's EliteBook business notebook portfolio is exactly what the doctor ordered for healthcare and other mobility-seeking environments.

Comparing Research In Motion and Microsoft Mobile Solutions

The concept of working "any time and anywhere" has become popular. To support this concept, many organizations are adopting mobile solutions. As employees use these solutions, their expectations are increasing. This paper compares the Research In Motion BlackBerry solution with the Microsoft® mobile solution by analyzing features of the user experience and the administrator experience. Read about their findings.

IT Best Practices: To Support or Not Support Consumer Owned Smartphones

Better understand the challenges, resolutions and best practices for managing a multi-Smartphone environment

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