According to a recent study by IDG Research Services, personalization is recognized as a key differentiator among online businesses, for both e-commerce and non-commerce sites....
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In October 2013, Bit9 conducted its third-annual survey on server security. In the past year, the inability to detect or stop advanced attacks has remained a constant challenge...
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Identifying and understanding the wide range of information security and privacy laws and regulations can be a complex task for any organization. In many instances, these laws and...
IT executives with stringent mobile security and management requirements would be wise to consider centering their initiatives on Research In Motion's BlackBerry smartphone and backend infrastructure. In these articles, CIO, Computerworld, InfoWorld and Network World explore how RIM's latest administration tool, BlackBerry Enterprise Server 5.0, eases top IT concerns and ensures enterprises get the most value from their mobility programs.
iPhones and other smartphones are cascading into the workplace, often purchased by workers. But IT is being hounded for support to access business-critical applications with these devices. This eBook offers practical advice allowing IT to embrace this sudden change without smothering it – or losing control.
As enterprise BlackBerry, iPhone and Android deployments grow, IT's ability to manage them is starting to suffer. This Study suggests that device diversity calls out for automated management tools that can actively monitor mobile performance, utilization, and overall user experience to ensure maximum productivity gains at the most reasonable cost.
CIOs and IT management cannot stop the employee mobile device invasion. The better approach is to proactively establish a portfolio of supported mobile platforms, known as "enabled compliance." Learn how this approach, coupled with automated mobility management tools, can maximize mobile worker productivity while optimizing the balance of service quality, cost and risk.
To wring costs out of your BlackBerry or iPhone mobile platform, you must first understand its actual Return on Investment (ROI) and Total Cost of Ownership (TCO). This handbook shows how, using a typical environment of 2,000 mobile users. Includes analytical model for lowering TCO by 15-20 percent.
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.
Better understand the challenges, resolutions and best practices for managing a multi-Smartphone environment