Beyond UEM: Detecting the onslaught of mobile threats with AI

By Vivien Raoul, Pradeo

The advent of mobility within companies opened up the need for enterprise mobility management (EMM) solutions (and later, unified endpoint management, or UEM). With EMM, IT could finally manage and secure mobile devices for work.

Companies discovered new ways to work, drive innovation and deliver customer experiences with mobility. Hackers, however, discovered an unlimited playground.

Mobile devices and apps provide plentiful entry points to both corporate and personal data. This new...

By VMware AirWatch, 11 September 2017, 0 comments. Categories: Enterprise Mobility, IoT, Security.

The role of IoT in the future of mobility

The modern world is a living world full of movement: people, products, information... This world is on the move, and the Internet of Things is moving with it. The solutions offered by the IoT allow us to envisage a more efficient future in many respects. We need to keep moving forward whether by land, sea or air. Mobility is an essential part of our lives. This is how the IoT gives a glimpse of what is to come in an interconnected world.

Mobility as a service

With a steadily increasing population, transport...

By Telefónica IoT, 07 September 2017, 1 comment. Categories: Development, Enterprise Mobility, IoT.

Making smart connections in manufacturing: The return on mobility investment

The PwC report, ‘2017 Industrial Manufacturing Trends,’ highlights the need for the manufacturing sector to embrace connectivity in order to gain insights from operational data. The report states: “In a slow-growth environment, productivity gains are paramount, industrial manufacturers can best serve their customers and themselves by designing tools and equipment that improve the efficiency, costs, and performance of factories and...

By Clare Grant, 04 September 2017, 0 comments. Categories: Applications, Enterprise Mobility, IoT.

VMware, MobileIron, IBM, BlackBerry and Citrix top IDC EMM rankings

VMware, MobileIron, IBM, BlackBerry and Citrix make the top of the pile in IDC’s latest report examining enterprise mobility management (EMM).

The study, published for the first time by IDC, puts VMware at the top of the tree, with the 14 vendors overall being ranked on ‘capabilities’ and ‘strategies’ – not too dissimilar from ‘ability to execute’ and ‘completeness of vision’ from a rival analyst firm – and being categorised as either leaders,...

By James Bourne, 10 August 2017, 0 comments. Categories: Enterprise Mobility, IoT.

Four in five organisations concerned digital transformation is leaving them behind

Another day, another report which warns against slow progress when it comes to digital transformation: according to a study from Couchbase, 80% of organisations are at risk of being left behind.

The survey from the NoSQL database firm, which polled 450 heads of digital transformation – in other words, CIOs, CTOs and CDOs (chief digital officers) – found that the vast majority (89%) said their industry was either already being disrupted by digital technology or that it was a ‘matter of...

By James Bourne, 28 July 2017, 0 comments. Categories: CIO, Employees, IoT.

An enterprise without borders: Solving the disconnect with connected platforms

Business leaders have more progressive expectations than before. Their forward-looking business goals call for integration with new capabilities and technologies — from artificial intelligence (AI) and the Internet of Things (IoT) to bots and cloud services. None can be easily integrated into older platforms. Alongside this, CIOs are seeking closer partnerships with other organisations in their business ecosystem and need to develop ways to support borderless teams where internal employees, external...

By Craig Walker, 26 July 2017, 0 comments. Categories: Big Data, CIO, Cloud , IoT.

CIOs need to incorporate event-driven architecture in their business, says Gartner

If organisations are to realise the benefits of emerging technologies such as artificial intelligence (AI), the Internet of Things (IoT) and blockchain, event-driven architecture (EDA) is the way forward, according to the latest missive from Gartner.

EDA is defined by TechTarget’s microservices arm as ‘a framework that orchestrates behaviour around the production, detection and consumption of events as well as the...

By James Bourne, 12 July 2017, 0 comments. Categories: CIO, Development, IoT.

The three traits which digitally leading companies share: Disrupt or risk being disrupted

If only digital transformation in large organisations were as easy as flicking a switch; one day you are laggards, the next you are ahead of the chasing pack.

Alas, getting top-down buy in and replacing legacy technologies – as well as sourcing which technologies are right for your company – takes time. But a new piece of research from Alfresco Software and Forbes Insights shares key trends which differentiate the fastest growing players in the digital economy.

“Today’s corporate...

By James Bourne, 22 June 2017, 0 comments. Categories: App Platforms, CIO, Data & Analytics, IoT.

How disruptive innovations fuel digital transformation – and what this means for the C-suite

What's disruptive innovation, and why does it matter to leaders in the C-suite? It's how the savvy non-conformist will target market opportunities. How does this happen, when established companies seem to have the advantage? Creative software developers can quickly apply new technologies and digital business models to capture untapped demand.

Moreover, the most disruptive new companies will eventually reshape entire industries, swiftly pushing aside the legacy incumbent players -- it's a form of Digital...

By David H Deans, 20 June 2017, 0 comments. Categories: CIO, IoT.

BlackBerry updates Enterprise Mobility Suite to include Office 365, DocuSign and wearables

BlackBerry has announced updates to its Enterprise Mobility Suite, including managing wearable devices, integration with DocuSign, and app analytics capabilities.

Other new features in the suite include managing and securing Office 365 mobile applications from BlackBerry’s unified endpoint management (UEM) suite, accessing business data on unmanaged laptops, and providing in-line comments and @mentions on Workspaces, the company’s enterprise file sync and share product.

“The explosion of...

By James Bourne, 20 June 2017, 0 comments. Categories: Enterprise Mobility, IoT, Productivity, Security.