Archive for the ‘Mobile Security’ category

What’s in Store for Mobility in 2013?

January 4, 2013

Well, it looks like we lived through the 2012 doomsday prophecies   Much like Y2K, there was much fanfare but little in the way of activity.  But will this year bring with it the unluckiness of its number 13?  Who knows.  But you can be guaranteed some action in the mobile ecosystem.

Let’s brush the doom and gloom aside and see what wonders await us.


What’s in Store for Mobility in 2012?

January 4, 2012


There was no shortage of action in the mobile industry in 2011.  So what will 2012 bring?  There are plenty of 2012 doomsday prophecies, so you’d better go out and get that smartphone or tablet that you’ve been drooling over early in the year so that you can at least have some fun before the end is here.  Now, on to happier topics. (more…)

Android In The Enterprise: Here We Go Again

February 4, 2011


Way back in 2008, I attend a conference on mobile computing.  One of the events was sort of a focus group around sharing challenges that us IT folks have in the workplace.  The biggest issue was around people bringing in their personal iPhones and connecting them up to their corporate Exchange servers.  There were many questions around security and support of this new mobile platform (see blog post entitled iPhones in the Enterprise: What’s A Company To Do?).  Fast-forward to 2010.  I attended the same conference with a very similar focus group.  Many of the same concerns and question were shared, only this time the discussion focused on Android.