Mobile Maturity, Security Among Hottest Topics in February
Who says a shortened month can’t be filled with big issues, hot topics, and poignant content? At Enterprise Mobility Exchange, readers dove in to February’s editorial offerings across a wide spectrum of topics, from contributed thought leadership pieces to case studies and market reports. Take a look at the month’s most read stories, in no particular order.
Mobile Security: Guarding The Enterprise
In an increasingly mobile world, personal and corporate devices have become extensions of our bodies, keeping us connected at all times. The amount of personal or business-related information stored on those devices, or at least accessible to, is astronomical.
What Are The 3 Elements Of Mobile Maturity?
The path to enterprise mobility enlightenment for an organization is neither easy nor straightforward, writes Dave Schuette, Executive VP, Synchronoss Business Unit. Attaining enterprise mobility nirvana involves a balance between three core inter-connected, inter-dependent elements – productivity, contextuality, and security.
Healthcare Giant Secures 10,000 Devices, Protects the Enterprise
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 of risks to its data and systems.
6 Tech Giants Form IoT Cybersecurity Alliance
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.
BYOD Still Immature, But Companies Keep Accelerating
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.
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