Jason
Koestenblatt

Jason Koestenblatt

Jason Koestenblatt is the Editor of Enterprise Mobility Exchange. You can reach him on: jason.koestenblatt@enterprisemobilityexchange.com.

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More than 60,000 enterprise mobility professionals will descend on Barcelona, Spain over the final days of February and first days of March for the annual Mobile World Congress event. The weeklong information-sharing congress will dive into how mobility is altering the global business world, and...Full Article »
In the fast-paced IT industry, new statistics and data are released daily. Each Friday, Enterprise Mobility Exchange will publish Fast Facts, taking a look at interesting or noteworthy information impacting businesses.There’s been much ballyhoo about the Internet of Things (IoT) and how it’s...Full Article »
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If you don’t know by now, security threats are everywhere and expanding twice as quickly as the technology it targets. Never more than now has the ability to hack an enterprise’s data been so prevalent, as access points sit in the palm of employees’ hands.So how does a company stop an attack before...Full Article »
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In the race to evolve and combat ever-growing cyber security threats, the Cyber Threat Alliance made a major announcement at the RSA Conference in San Francisco this week, naming Michael Daniel as the organization’s first president and its formal incorporation as a not-for-profit entity.The...Full Article »
Aetna, one of the world’s leading healthcare insurance providers, employs more than 10,000 workers who are either BYOD or COPE users. Inside those platforms, users have full access to Aetna-based mobile email, calendar, collaboration and other employee apps. As a result, Aetna faced potential...Full Article »
In the fast-paced IT industry, new statistics and data are released daily. Each Friday, Enterprise Mobility Exchange will publish Fast Facts, taking a look at interesting or noteworthy information impacting businesses. There’s no question the sheer number of mobile devices on the market is just too...Full Article »
It’s one of the largest cyber security-focused events of the year, set smack dab in San Francisco, an ever-growing hot bed of IT. The annual RSA Conference will kick off Monday, Feb. 13 and run through the week, culminating on Friday, Feb. 17.And while the masses – tens of thousands are expected to...Full Article »
Six of the world’s leading tech giants have come together to form a super power of expertise and solutions to battle a common problem: Cybersecurity in the Internet of Things.AT&T, IBM, Nokia, Palo Alto Networks, Symantec, and Trustonic announced Wednesday they were joining forces to “innovate...Full Article »
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When bring your own device (BYOD) hit the enterprise in 2009, companies believed the productivity and efficiency associated with the new initiative would catapult business. In many instances it has, but in doing so, opened up a world of challenges.Securing the enterprise has become the foremost...Full Article »
Field employees have an inherent obstacle in workflow efficiency: their daily location prevents them from operating in a standard office environment where processes come together in the enterprise.It’s clear, however, that companies who mobile enable their field workers aren’t just drastically...Full Article »
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