Device Security, AI's Enterprise Impact Top March Mobility News

The month of March was a wild one in terms of industry news, as Enterprise Mobility Exchange took a look at a variety of topics, including mobile security in its Sit Down With The CEO series; the growing need for Unified Endpoint Management (UEM); and how artificial intelligence is shaping the way businesses are focusing their digital transformation efforts.

Editorially, EME also put a major focus on enterprise mobile apps, conducting a week-long webinar series on the topic, and publishing its monthly market report on how mobile transformation can progress through the proper deployment and use of productivity-enhancing mobile applications. Pick which of the five webinars you'd like to hear by clicking here, and for more on the market report, click here.

Below is a list of the month's most-read pieces. Click on each headline to read the full post. 

Rethinking Mobile Security: Q&A With MobileIron CEO Simon Biddiscombe

In March’s Sit Down With The CEO column, Enterprise Mobility Exchange caught up with MobileIron chief Simon Biddiscombe to look deeper into the state of mobile security and why enterprises need to begin tailoring forward-thinking strategies.

Let’s Be Honest: You Need UEM Now

Consider this: conservative estimates say at least 20 billion devices will be ‘connected’ and online by decade’s end, which poses an incredible undertaking in terms of management. That’s why Unified Endpoint Management (UEM) has become a vital component of enterprise strategy.

Where Is Enterprise AI Right Now?

The state of artificial intelligence (AI) is widening rapidly, but how are enterprises harnessing those technologies for the good of digital transformation? Enterprise Mobility Exchange caught up with Microsoft’s Nigel Willson and CCS Insight’s Nick McQuire to get a holistic view of AI.

That’s A Wrap: Mobile World Congress Delights, Impresses

After a lackluster 2017 show, Mobile World Congress in Barcelona put itself back on the map this year, focusing on enterprise mobility and its need to lead. VDC Research analyst Eric Klein contributed this piece with highlights from the event and focus areas that will make the most impact in 2018.

The App Economy Is Solidifying Mobile Transformation

While enterprises consider what it takes to successfully launch a mobile app for workflow purposes, there’s an entire ecosystem surrounding those processes and a trickle effect that impacts a variety of needs, including management and security. Learn more about the app economy and its wider role.

Take a look at our previous top stories columns from past months:
February 2018: Missing Tablets, Saying Goodbye To Passwords Top February News
January 2018: BYOD, AI, Security Top Enterprise Mobility News