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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.

Bracing for the E-Discovery Dangers of BYOD

E-Discovery Dangers of BYODIn today’s fast-paced business environment, companies are increasingly permitting their employees to use their own devices, such as smart phones and iPads, to perform business functions. Known as Bring Your Own Device (BYOD), this trend has revolutionized employee work habits. 

The Mobile Enterprise: Implementing Tomorrow's Solutions Today

Mobile Security Mobile Collaboration.jpgAs 2013 progresses, two mobility issues, namely security and collaboration, are becoming increasingly intertwined. Security has always been at the forefront of corporate mobility concerns. However, providing the right access is no longer enough; employees expect to be able to collaborate as they would at their desks. Enabling better interconnectivity -- securely -- will be a hot topic for some time to come.

Endpoint Back Up: Unify, Empower and Analyze

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Regardless of whether your company allows employees to bring their own device or not, chances are you still have devices to manage. The amount of information that flows across devices can be staggering. It’s estimated that corporate endpoint data doubles in size every 14 months. How are you securing your company’s data?

Securing Enterprise Collaboration, BlackBerry-Style on iOS and Android

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As recently promised, BlackBerry has released its secure workspace app to enable workers to share content safely on almost any device. Will playing nicely with ecosystem rivals help BB's bank-end sales, or will the move put another nail in its hardware strategy?

Debunking Five Mobile Security Myths

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As with the rapid adoption of any trend, mobile in the enterprise has generated its share of myths. It seems that for every solution enabled by mobility, there is a common misconception about user privacy, security and compliance. For instance, though Android malware generates headlines, a recent survey found that data loss was more concerning to IT, than malware (75% versus 47%)

Connected Workplaces Critical for Keeping Top Workers

Mobile devices and always on broadband connections make collaboration more seamless than ever, and now businesses are discovering there is a link between enabling those seamless experiences and keeping their best employees.

iPass Report: BYOD Means More Productivity, Longer Working Hours

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Bring-your-own-device (BYOD) workers in many regions are more productive and work longer hours. That argument in favor of BYOD is found in the current iPass Mobile Workforce Report. 

Lack of BYOD Strategies Risks Creation of Personal Content Silos [Infographic]

With information management reaching a crisis point in many enterprises as more and more channels pump data into disparate silos, an unlikely champion for breaking down content silos has arisen in the shape of Bring-Your-Own-Device (BYOD) strategies.

CoTap, a Mobile Messaging App That Targets the Enterprise, Yammer Style

CoTap.png As the workplace gets more digital and mobile, the need to create more mobile friendly tools is apparent. One application that is being developed to fit this demand is CoTap, a workplace mobile messaging service.

How to Create a Cost-Effective BYOD Policy

How to Create a Cost-Effective BYOD Policy

When it comes to the mobile enterprise, issues related to BYOD are at the forefront. In their recent report, AIIM found that while more companies are developing BYOD policies, there are still those who are putting their systems at risk, resulting in increased costs. But what if BYOD didn’t need to be complicated or expensive?

AIIM: Enterprise Content Management at a Crossroads as Content Chaos Reigns

The Enterprise Content Management (ECM) space is shifting again. Research just published by AIIM shows that enterprises are still looking for a one-system-fits-all approach, even if the evidence shows that information consumers are accessing data in numerous ways that traditional ECM deployments are finding difficult to cope with. Content chaos, it seems, still haunts enterprises.

The State of the Mobile Enterprise [Infographic]

The mobile enterprise is picking up. Companies are spending more on mobile device management, implementing BYOD policies and working to help employees do more, from anywhere and any device.

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