Chances are thereâ€™s a drawer or closet in your office that has become the technology graveyard. As employees update phones, tablets and more, these devices sometimes pile up without a plan of action.
State of Enterprise Mobility: Device and application issues are widespread and interrupt productivity
B2M Solutions recently released its second report on the State of Enterprise Mobility. The results may surprise â€” and even alarm â€” leaders at companies whose employees rely on mobile devices and applications to do their jobs daily.
Recently, I was walking my dog, Remi, around a lake and park area and noticed a family of four doing the same. As I got closer, I observed they were all looking at their smartphones while walking. I followed them for some time and noticed they never communicated with one another but kept their attention on their screens.
Continually, when I read public articles relating to VMwareâ€™s Workspace ONE solution, the highlights focus on identity management, application delivery and device Management. I agree, these are the core facets of the solution. Yet not much conversation is centered around the functionality of these topics in unison, providing a holistic security solution for any size enterprise.
In todayâ€™s world, thereâ€™s a growing concern of how to secure confidential information on all endpoints that have access to corporate resources. There are always drastic means of completing this task, but how can you balance that security against an efficient (and friendly) end-user experience? This is where Workspace ONEâ€™s niche comes to life.
While businesses work to streamline and secure mobility management for employees and protect valuable data, Tech Orchard continues to be a leader in addressing client demand for transitioning to the digital workspace. To help respond to emerging issues and ensure clientsâ€™ needs are covered, weâ€™re proud to announce the addition of Damon Taylor to our team.
Aug 14, 2019 | Diana Goovaerts, Mobile World Live
US officials announced mobile phones will not be included in a round of tariffs on Chinese imports set to go into effect on 1 September, granting a temporary reprieve to Apple and other technology companies.