Deal with it.
BlackBerry Messenger may be where the company wants to push its resources. But enterprise software is where BlackBerry has to make its money.
Microsoft’s pivot to a devices and services company sounds cool. But what about enterprises who want no part of that vision?
The app model for distributing software has transformed computing.
Enterprise mobility has evolved from being a fancy requirement to become one of the top priorities of most organizations.
A mobile security report from Good Technology reveals that iOS and Android dominate the BYOD movement – and that enterprises may be struggling to keep up.
The conventional wisdom holds that BYOD is good for workers and problematic for companies. But do workers really know what Bring Your Own Device could cost them in dollars, privacy and control of their data?
A new Cisco study says a strong BYOD policy could save organizations $1,300 per year per mobile user. But users could end up paying more.
Shell’s 135,000 employees will be bringing their own computing devices to work—as will we all. So what comes next?
Have a look at the hard numbers behind BYOD in this handy infographic jointly produced by Intel and ReadWrite.
The Wild West days of BYOD are nearing an end, as companies are expected to impose more restrictions on the mobile devices you bring to work.
Microprocessors are the heart of any device, and choosing the right ones to support can make a big difference in your company’s BYOD planning, implementation and support.
Securing a Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) program means more than hoping endpoint authentication will keep out the bad guys.
Box CEO Aaron Levie dishes on the irony of creating an enterprise startup with a collection of high-school buddies – and lots more.
On Tuesday, Dell faced Wall Street analysts for what could be the last time, as Michael Dell and a collection of investors prepare to take the company private. To succeed, they will have to find answers to these 5 critical questions.
BYOD is a major undertaking. These 10 steps can make it simpler and more productive.
The consumerization of IT means empowerment for users, a (potential) headache for tech professionals, and an opportunity for third parties that offer products and services that increase the productivity of non-technical workers.
Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) has been a thorn in the side of IT departments since the very first laptop, so why is it big news now?
BYOD participants seem pretty happy about how things are going.
January 2, 2013, will be perhaps the biggest day ever for the Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) trend. That will pose real challenges for many IT departments.