Posted tagged ‘mobile security’

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.

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iPhones in the Enterprise: What’s A Company To Do?

May 4, 2010

iPhones in the Enterprise

Introduction

The Apple iPhone has made a tremendous impact in the mobile computing world. Its muti-touch capacitive interface, innovative hardware features (accelerometer, sensors) and a usable mobile web browsing experience revolutionized mobile computing.

Targeted for consumer use, the first generation iPhone was hardly thought of as having potential for business use. After all, Apple might be a household name but is typically only seen by enterprises in niche areas. However, more and more prosumers (individuals who are professionals as well as consumers) started requesting use of the iPhone in their business roles. The IT folks easily dismissed the device as not ready for corporate use due to the lack of security and management features. This started to change with the release of iPhone OS 2.0.

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