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IBM Buys Fiberlink to Secure BYOD Strategies

IBM is aggressively expanding its mobile management capabilities with the announcement last night that it is buying Fiberlink Communications. The acquisition will enable it offer clients the ability to develop secure Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) strategies through IBM’s MobileFirst applications.

What Consumerization of IT Means for SharePoint Online, SkyDrive Pro

mobile enterprise,What the Consumerization of IT Means for SharePoint Online, SkyDrive ProBYOD has taken over the enterprise, whether the enterprise likes it or not. But it’s not just BYOD. Employees are turning to consumer versions of file sharing cloud solutions like DropBox, Google Drive, SkyDrive (not to be confused with SkyDrive Pro) and others to access their documents no matter where they are. IT needs to resolve this problem, and it won’t be done by banning the use of these devices and apps. There’s a smarter way.

Shake Up at BlackBerry: Fairfax Deal Crumbles, CEO Out, More Cash In

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Trading in BlackBerry shares was temporarily halted this morning, as the company put out a major announcement. Because of the failure to close a deal with Fairfax Financial Holdings — and perhaps emboldened by the success of the BBM launch for iOS and Android — the company has abandoned plans to find a strategic partner. Instead, it is setting out details for new funding. 

Is this the start of a much-predicted move to a software and services company? Certainly a shake-up of the board is just the start, with incumbent CEO Thorsten Heins to be replaced by John Chen, and other executives on their way out.

Although Fairfax failed with its original bid, it will take part in the $1 billion investment that should help the company refocus and restructure under the new management. 

AvePoint Release Enables Remote SharePoint Access, BYOD Strategies

If one of the biggest obstacles to the development of bring your own device (BYOD) strategies is information security, then AvePoint’s Perimeter release today should go a long way to reassuring SharePoint-centric enterprises that BYOD is a safe bet.

Mobile Security For Businesses: Lookout Jumps Onboard

Mobile Enterprise, Mobile Security For Businesses: Lookout Jumps OnboardMobile users in business are worried about security. This much we know. A recent survey found that data loss was a greater concern to IT than malware (75% versus 47%). 

The New Promise of Corporate Portals: The Future of Corporate Portals

Social Business, Intranets, The New Promise of Corporate Portals: The Future of Corporate PortalsAs summer draws to an end, so does my three-part series, The New Promise of Corporate Portals. This month, we get to the hard stuff -- the future.

SharePoint and Office 365: Enterprise Mobile Evolution

Mobile enterprise, social business,SharePoint and Office 365: Enterprise Mobile EvolutionJust a year ago analysts were saying that SharePoint was failing in supporting mobile, and now Microsoft is releasing Android Apps for SharePoint. A lot has changed since the release of SharePoint 2013.

New Report Shows That the Long-Sought Future of Work Is Here

Chess Media Group ,social business, enterprise collaborationFrom the Chess Media Group's "The Future of Work" report

Virtually everyone reading this article has heard, for years, that the way we work is changing. Now, a new report tries to quantify the changes through a survey of employees actually using the new collaboration technologies.

Building a Mobile App for SharePoint? Not So Fast!

Mobile Enterprise: Building a Mobile App for SharePointWith the recent mobile device explosion, we are seeing business users becoming increasingly more mobile. Many companies want to make the most of their SharePoint investments by giving their employees mobile access to important documents and content stored in SharePoint.

Infrascale Enables SharePoint BYOD Strategies Through FileLocker Native Mobile Apps

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Bring-Your-Own-Device (BYOD) strategies are starting to dovetail with SharePoint, as enterprises struggle to balance a need for security with demand for access. Platform-as-a-Service vendor Infrascale has released a possible solution with the availability of SharePoint connectors for its FileLocker enterprise collaboration solution.

The Mobile Enterprise: What Access is Right for Your Company

Enterprise Mobile Digital ExperienceHow do you access your intranet when not in your office, at your desk? Does your VPN allow you secure access to your workplace network from any device, or do you need VPN client software on an "issued" work laptop?

Trends in Enterprise Mobile App Development [Infographic]

As we tackled in the ins and outs of the mobile digital experience, this month, something was made terribly clear -- it's already here. Consumers are devouring mobile, employees are flocking to mobile apps and devices, and your company's ability to adapt, adopt and strategize for the mobile web, mobile apps and the overall mobile experience is critical. 

5 Things You Should Know About Your Mobile Consumers + How to Use that Data

Customer Experience: Mobile Data into Big DataAmericans check their smart phones an average of 150 times per day so it’s no wonder that nearly every business is scrambling to figure out their place in the mobile ecosystem. Is an app the answer? An SMS campaign? IVR? All of the above? Luckily today’s mobile technologies and marketing channels provide businesses with troves of data that can aid in determining what's coming next and help define your brand’s mobile strategy.

Managing Mobile in the Enterprise [Infographic]

If you're struggling to manage mobile at work, you may need to look at all the ways that mobile has infiltrated the lives of your employees. It's no longer just about which device they use, but also about the types of apps they use.

Mobile Killed the Enterprise Social Network Star: The Unintended Consequence of Stronger Employee Connections

Mobile Killed Enterprise Social Network StarHave you ever accomplished something absolutely amazing, only to be shocked by the unintended consequences months or years down the road? “I didn't see that coming” is the battle cry of the high-achieving enterprise employee who creates better than expected outcomes that give unannounced and unwelcome life to sneaky consequences that are byproducts of any successful program.

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