Enterprise mobility advances in 2019: BYOD, cybersecurity, and advanced tech

Enterprises today are growing increasingly dependent on the remote workforce, which brings mutual benefits to employer and employee—but also management challenges, security risks and productivity concerns.

As more businesses adopt and manage mobile technology to keep remote workers connected, telecom and IT managers will see major developments in four key areas of enterprise mobile management—bring your own device...

By Josh Garrett, 18 January 2019, 0 comments. Categories: Applications, BYOD, Enterprise Mobility, Productivity, Security.

How the iPhone changed the enterprise mobile space – and how the next 10 years will shape up

When smartphones were introduced to enterprise mobility, they weren’t all that smart. The BlackBerry was primarily an email device with a tactile keyboard you could use to extend communication beyond voice.

When the iPhone was introduced, it was slow to fully penetrate the enterprise market. It was only through the consumerisation of IT (consumers bringing their personal devices to work and demanding corporate support) that the shift to iPhone and Android truly began. Since then, the iPhone’s...

By Josh Garrett, 13 July 2017, 0 comments. Categories: Applications, Enterprise Mobility, iOS.

Rumour has it: How Apple’s headphone jack removal could compromise its enterprise position

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Consumers and industry pundits are already expressing frustrations upon hearing that Apple is planning to remove its headphone jack in the next iPhone. But is this simply a consumer issue? Or will it have an impact on the enterprise market as well?

The company has already been making major moves to strengthen its position within the enterprise, including partnerships in the past year with Cisco and IBM, and new enterprise-friendly features to iOS and macOS Sierra at this year’s...

By Josh Garrett, 25 July 2016, 0 comments. Categories: Enterprise Mobility, iOS, Opinion.