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How to resolve complex enterprise mobility management challenges

By 2025, IDC research predicts approximately 80 billion devices will be connected to the Internet. While I’m sure this comes as no surprise to anyone involved in enterprise mobility, the growing number of mobile devices, models, platforms and operating system versions is making this job harder to manage and creates ever more complex enterprise mobility management challenges.

Topics: Security Lifecycle

What you need to know about enterprise mobility TCO

In a very short space of time mobile has evolved from being another device for IT to support, to a new way of doing business. One that allows employees to do the same work they can do at their desk, from any location at any time. In the age of flexibility, employees are no longer shackled to their desks, but tethered to their mobile devices.

Topics: Management Security Lifecycle

5 reasons to outsource enterprise mobility management

In many organisations, the IT department is tasked with enterprise mobility management even though IT skills are not specifically required to manage a great many mobility tasks. Everything from creating a BYOD policy, to ordering and provisioning devices, to configuring smartphones, replacing lost or stolen devices, and managing data expenses is hardly the remit of computer science professionals.

Topics: Lifecycle Intelligence Management Security

The 8 critical stages of device lifecycle management

The rapid growth of mobility in the workplace has brought with it a whole new raft of challenges for IT teams. In most organisations, mobile security practices and regulatory compliance top this list, though there’s still some way to go before meeting best practices.

Topics: Intelligence Lifecycle

Improving Aged Care with Mobile Devices

The aged care industry has been careful in adopting technology-based solutions, citing fears about the technology usage, complexity, reliability, support and the ‘dangers of the internet’. However, these concerns and debates around disruptive business models have tended to overlook the improved outcomes technology can deliver for aged care, such as better self-direction for aged Australians accessing care services.

Topics: Healthcare Connectivity Lifecycle Network